She revealed the same on her Instagram stories, writing, "I got these for all of the baby girls in the fam for Xmas from Japan." She shared a photo of multicolored styles from the label's famous Takashi Murakami collaboration.
It didn't take long for the Internet to react to her action, considering the monogrammed bags in question are not only from a luxury brand but rare vintage styles. Their high price tag only further fueled the fire.
While many deemed the extravagant and unnecessary purchase, others did not raise the issue with the idea, especially if one has the means.
"Yeah, because a baby needs a LV bag," one Twitter user lamented.
"She earned the money, it's hers to spend as she pleases," wrote another.
Following her gesture for her nieces and daughters, Vogue asked a group of mothers for their opinion on how young is too young to dive into labels, particularly given the growing market for pint-sized fashion goods.
However, they had their different opinions. While some of them said that "if you can afford it, then, why not!," others disagreed.