Another collaboration between Marc Jacobs and Takashi Murakami, this time with was a CAMOUFLAGE print. That's right. Camouflage.
Some pieces will be available in-store, but many items will only be available at the Brooklyn Museum of Art on June 1st, when the line launches at the Takashi Murakami current exhibit.
Now, I've been reading all over the place how tons of people think this is really ugly or crazy or lame or [insert other not so nice words here]. BUT. I'm going to go ahead and venture to say that this is a lot more interesting than those white and black rainbow bags that were so ubiquitous back when Jessica Simpson was still a "Newlywed." I mean, yeah, so-called classy ladies probably wouldn't be caught dead with one of these bags - but can't you just imagine some hip, street cool, slightly subversive/ironic girl walking around carrying a Monoflage Speedy like she just don't care? And looking HOT?
Yeah. You can bet your bottom I'll be there on June 1st all anxious and antsy trying to decide if I'm one of those girls...or just a wannabe. Or even, a "classics" snob.