In a new collection called Louis Vuitton x Urs Fischer, a contemporary artist from Switzerland chose to find memories, revive memories and legacies from the French brand to redesign those Monogram full of classic motifs. Let’s learn about this new collection with us!
An artist’s portrait of Urs Fischer who created the Louis Vuitton x Urs Fischer collection
For Louis Vuitton, Urs Fischer was a very familiar friend. He is a contemporary artist from Switzerland and from the French fashion house’s 2019 Arty Capucines collection.
Urs Fischer used to be a sculptor born in 1973. Currently, he lives as well as works in New York and Los Angeles mainly.
Urs Fischer is extremely famous for his enormous sculptures and installations that show an endless passion for the natural transformation and separation of objects. For example, his 7-ton work made a very strong visual impression that made the audience admire it.
The three main colors are red, white, black, and the Monogram motif has been worn by Urs Fischer with a new and unique color. Clearly shown on 7 bags such as Cabas, Keepall, Neverfull, Pochette Accessoires, Onthego, Speedy, and chest containing cosmetics.
And this year, Urs Fischer reunited the world of art and fashion through a special collection called Louis Vuitton x Urs Fischer. The collection represents the adventurous, unique parallel of contemporary art.
Inspired by the legacy of the Louis Vuitton branding through the classic Monogram pattern. Urs Fischer has exploited, imagined and redefined each of his drawings. He called it “Sketch of Memory”.
Louis Vuitton x Urs Fischer was reenacted as a dream that seemed fleeting insight but gave a lasting impression. Along with that are the costumes and accessories in the collection.
In addition to creating Monogram for Louis Vuitton, artist Urs Fischer also created a universe with a vibrant, fun-filled image for shops around the globe. The collection has opened up a very new program in this French brand’s long journey of commitment to art.
For a French fashion house, art is a means to communicate easily. Bring Louis Vuitton and his works closer to the public and come to life for more than a century.
This collection will appear in Louis Vuitton stores worldwide in January 2021 and on the official website.