Now in its third century, Louis Vuitton remains one of the world's most coveted symbols of status and sophistication. The Damier pattern was designed in 1888 and the Monogram, in 1896. Over a hundred years later, these remain two of the most recognizable prints in the world. American artist Richard Prince designed this limited-edition Louis Vuitton handbag, and the result is a singular look with impeccable style. Truly fashion-forward, this rustic-looking leather bag features acid colors that look painted on the faded Monogram pattern -- and as the name implies, some laughable lines of text. Golden-brass hardware. Two zip openings, tan suede lining, three interior open pockets. Double handle.