After the photographer to the stars nearly lost the rights to her famous photographs, homes and pretty much everything, Leibovitz is back with an opportunity designers, much less a photog, would kill for -- collaborating with Louis Vuitton, reports WWD.
The French luxury goods company has tapped Leibovitz and five others to design one-of-a-kind leather goods which will be auctioned off by Sotheby's London on Nov. 17 for the Red Cross' 150th anniversary, says the source.
While Leibovitz has previously worked with Louis Vuitton on photo campaigns, this is her first turn as a guest designer.
The legendary lenswoman opted for a functional backpack in LV's monogram canvas, trimmed with black leather and red microfiber, and large enough to hold her photo equipment (of course), reports the site.
Other designers for the charity project include famed Spanish chef Ferrian Adrià, British artist Damien Hirst and resident Louis Vuitton designer Marc Jacobs.
Leibovitz is far from the only one to pull double duty, read up on the latest celebs who want in on the design action.