I was looking at my Monogram Perfo Pochette Cles this morning, and stopped to think why this piece was such a standout among all the Louis Vuitton I own - I realised it wasn't the perfo so much as the colour trim that made it so different. There's something about colour trim against the classic brown-on-brown Monoogram canvas that seems to give it a new life. Seasonal collection after season collection, aside from the now obligatory all-new interpretations of the LV Monogram, we also see new bags in the Monogram canvas, often reworked with new trim colours. So it got me thinking: Imagine the classic, iconic pieces that Vuitton is most known for, given a new lease on life with colour trim is place of the classic cowhide. Perhaps even with matching microfibre/Alcantara lining? (as with the Multicolore line). As I photoshopped these up, it reminded me of the Koala wallets I saw a while ago (Monogram canvas with coloured leather insides) and how fresh these, as well as the Perfo line looked after seeing nothing but beige and brown against the Monogram for the longest time. Personally, I'd love a Keepall with coloured trim, all my non LV-saavy friends point out how sporty/retro-cool my Perfo Pockette Cles' looks - and, to me, the idea makes to much sense. Not to mention that coloured/treated trim is less fragile than natural cowhide. I also thought, a lot of people like to hang charms, not to mention all the small Vuitton accessories with chain key holders attached (Porte-monnaie rond, astropill etc..) - classic monogram items hanging from colour-trimmed classics would look give them a whole new look. Thoughts?