Let BAZAAR take you from the most classic LV Monogram, and gradually get to know Dior Oblique, Gucci GG Supreme, Celine Triomphe , Saint Laurent Cassandra Monogram, etc., you have definitely seen the brand logo prints that you don't necessarily know the name of. The next time you see them, don't call them Monogram again! 1. Louis Vuitton Monogram When it comes to Monogram, it is impossible not to mention the brown-yellow color monogram geometric pattern created in 1896 by Georges Vuitton, the second-generation descendant of Louis Vuitton.
The LV Monogram , which was originally photo color correction services born to solve the problem of plagiarism , is based on the initials of the brand founder Louis Vuitton , plus the concept of "Japanese coat of arms" that was popular in European high society in the late Victorian period. The overlapping LV letters, diamonds, flowers, and four leaves The grass outline combined to create an unforgettable brand identity design. With the brand's reinterpretation of this print to keep pace with the times, Monogram has also become a classic pattern that fashion lovers must know.
Louis vuitton Courtesy of LOUISVUITTON.COM LV Damier But in fact, before the birth of LV Monogram, Louis Vuitton himself tried to replace Trianon gray leather canvas with stripes and Damier checkerboard to solve the problem of plagiarism. Among them, the Damier checkerboard published at the Paris World Expo in 1889 can be said to be Louis Vuitton is the most famous pattern besides Monogram. The Damier checkerboard created by Louis Vuitton and his son Georges Vuitton is composed of extremely thin lines and the words "LOUIS VUITTON Paris". It was not until 1888 that Georges Vuitton successfully painted it on canvas.