The Louis Vuitton company has built a strong brand cachet and has been in the game for over 100 years. Rappers and rich folk have long cosigned LV products because of its timeless designs and the fact that the high-end leather goods never go on sale.
That doesn't stop people from trying to swaggerjack the trademarked monogram logo, though. Both the classic brown and gold monogram and the more colorful Takashi Murakami print have been aped by streetwear brands and Chinatown kiosks alike. The results aren't always a pretty sight, but they sure are hilarious. So today, on Louis Vuitton's 190th birthday, we look at Louis Vuitton Monogram Fails.