Ok. So this is some random but great information for all those Louis Vuitton die-hard fans and lovers. Yesterday, I purchased my first piece from the Perforated line: the Fuschia Pochette Accessoires and was pleased to find out that this line carries a cute history which made me love my new pochette even more! Turns out that the original Louis Vuitton family, back in the 19th century, was taken aback by the new French pointillist painter Georges Seurat (1859-1891) emerging at that time as the new creative force in the art world and who is most famous for his pointillist painting (for those art and art history buffs) Sunday Afternoon on the Island of la Grande Jatte. Considering this LV history, Marc Jacobs decided to incorporate Seurats pointillism into the new Perforated line. This new Perforated line, just as Seurats points in his painting, reflects Seurats pointillism influence with three different sized perforations: large, medium, and finally a smaller perforation in each item of the collection. I hope someone finds this little background information just as interesting as I did and maybe helps you make up your mind on purchasing your first item in the Limited Edition Perforated Line.