Julie Verhoeven. She collaborated with Jacobs/is responsible for the patchwork bags from 2002. She's a fashion illustrator and designer based in London. She worked as a design assistant at Martine Sitbon and later at John Galliano, while there she handled in-house illustration, designing prints for fabrics, and fabric sourcing.
Verhoeven even designed her own collection for Gibo, Spring 2003 RTW. Lots of '80s touches, color blocking, reference to disco (much like her illustrations).
I Kinda like the second one (blue) simply because its unusual As for the others it seems as though MJ or the designer is seriously trying to make the bags young, hip and appealing. If that is what they are trying to achieve then they should take my simple advice and JUST LEAVE THE BAGS AS THEY ARE. Our indivuality and personal styles can make the bags hip with the way we dress them up!