Louis Vuitton Drops Its Second Collection with Jeff Koons

It's like a full-on Monet.

In case you didn't get your fix of what essentially amounts to high-end Louvre souvenirs the first time around, Louis Vuitton is dropping a second collection from its collaboration with artist Jeff Koons later this month. 

The bags unveiled on the brand's Instagram account on Thursday morning are a continuation of the first collection, inspired by Koons's "Gazing Ball" series. Each features an iconic work from a classic artist — this time around, Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin, Édouard Manet, Nicolas Poussin, J.M.W. Turner and François Boucher — with the artist's name in gold lettering and Koons's initials paired with the iconic "LV" monogram.

Consider it a serious upgrade to those art-print placemats you bought for your college apartment. The full collection will be available on October 27. 

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See every piece from Jeff Koons's second collection for Louis Vuitton:

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