Louis Vuitton was first established as a luggage store in 1854, where the brand was originally inspired by travel. The monogram luggage represented a symbol of status and was spotted on notable fashion figures such as Coco Chanel. That is no different today as the LV Speedy, Bucket and Mini Pochette are often sported by celebrities. The signature interlocking L and V floral monogram was designed in 1896 and remains a historic symbol of status. The brand has collaborated with famous artists such as Takashi Murakami and Stephen Sprouse, who developed their own unique interpretation of the traditional monogram. Pieces from these collaborations have become popular vintage collector items as they hold a great cult status. Shop vintage Louis Vuitton pieces such as the Takashi Murakami Cherry monogram heels or the Multicore monogram range online at Irvrsbl.