Louis Vuitton is celebrating its symbol, the Monogram, with an impressive collaboration that engages six “renowned and creative iconoclasts” from diverse fields—Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo. They were challenged with a task to develop a piece of luggage or a bag that would sync both with their creative attitude and the brand’s ethos based around daring innovation.

A highly controversial Louis Vuitton spot, produced by the U.K.’s Love Magazine and directed by James Lima, sheds some light at the life of ladies of the evening as they are waiting for their clients in the dark streets of Paris at night. Of course, the video serves not as a documentary but as an artistic approach to publicize the fashion giant’s latest collection. The film stars top models and includes footage from the brand’s Paris Fashion Week show.

Louis Vuitton has tapped three urban artists to create unique prints for the brand’s Spring-Summer 2013 collection. The street art creatives have re-imagined the regular giant silk scarf to give it a pinch of fresh unconventional energy.

The women wardrobe piece comes in three different styles by Retna, Os Gemeos and Aiko (“love” in Japanese) with prints, which suit any look and fit any occasion. They can be found in the U.S. store of the brand in particular.

Louis Vuitton presents a fabulous 1:25 clip titled “Painting with Ribbons,” created by Christian Borstlap, to mark the launch of the Mon Monogram personalization service for small leather goods. In its turn, the service, which is now available on louisvuitton.com, is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Louis Vuitton’s Small Leather Goods.