|Marc Jacobs doll|
|LV trunk with Damier canvas|
The exhibit then progressed into more modern times, documenting Marc Jacobs' tenure as creative director of the label. I drooled over the wall of Louis Vuitton bags including the Alma, the Keepall, and the ever classic Speedy bag that Jacobs designed. There was also a spotlight on his collaborations with artists Stephen Sprouse and Takashi Murakama (hello graffiti print and multi-colored logo) and who could forget the LV "nurses" from his Spring 2008 collection in collaboration with Richard Prince.
Other highlights included a video called "Fan Club" directed by Ruth Hudgens and featuring models dancing 1920's style and showing of the accessories from the designer's Spring 12 collection, as well as some of his more daring looks over the past 15 years that he has been with Louis Vuitton. The fashion veteran showed he was still humble despite his fame by summing up his thoughts on his unbridled talent. "I'm not perfect, but I'm perfect in imperfection. Perfectly imperfect."