To celebrate their new store in Wuhan, China, Louis Vuitton have gone a bit animalistic.
The iconic bags from the iconic luxury brand have been specially moulded into a zoo featuring 23 bag animals.
The centrepiece of the collection being a giant panda made out of 74 LV bags and over two months of work. Other animals include a beaver, an armadillo, a lizard and a cricket.
This isn’t the first time Louis Vuitton have created wildlife exhibitions.
They first ventured into the territory in 2011 when they celebrated their 100 year leather goods anniversary.
The first exhibition was called Maroquinaris Zoologicae and was created by British artist Billie Archilleos.