The newly released pieces include the re-introduction of the Louis Vuitton "Hands" symbol shown on the front of the monogram canvas Neverfull bag (available in PM, MM, and GM sizes) and Murakami has also introduced a new character called "Chibi Kinoko" which means little mushroom.
Now Murakami and Louis Vuitton have joined forces again, this time selling limited edition (rumored to be only several hundred pieces available) Louis Vuitton accessories and bags at the Takashi Murakami exhibit at the Los Angeles MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art).
The Neverfull Collection pays homage to the history and heritage of Louis Vuitton travel goods
Monogram canvas with Chibi Kinoko
natural cowhide leather trim
Shiny brass hardware
Signature yellow topstitching and red edge dyeing
Thin leather handles; each one resists up to 231 lbs
Leather drawstring ties on each side
Open top with clasped band closure
Striped textile lining
Large interior capacity with zipped pocket and D-ring
Durable, resistant, and lightweight