By now you've surely heard all the buzz surrounding tonight's ball at the Brooklyn Museum celebrating Takashi Murakami's "Murakami" exhibit. Kanye West will perform, Marc Jacobs will pose, Jay-Z might appear...yadda yadda. As always, we're most concerned with the fashion. At left is the LV camouflage print designed for the event (which we think is actually pretty genius), which will be sold, along with other LV bags, at tonight's event via ten New York street vendor style booths. The move is meant to showcase just how serious Louis Vuitton is about cracking down on fakes, a part of the company's new "zero tolerance" policy on counterfeits. They're even having a press conference about it right before tonight's event. No word on whether Marc's G√∂ran Olofsson scarf will be sold alongside other LV goodies...
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