Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 Menswear

Hasil gambar untuk Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 MenswearAcclaimed to the rooftop while flanked by Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss on his last circuit, Kim Jones made a significant exit from Louis Vuitton today. Jones has been aesthetic chief for menswear since 2011, developing its notoriety with men and young men—significantly on account of a year ago’s extraordinary Supreme joint effort, yet additionally in light of the fact that he’s a better than average creator who moves reliability. “It makes me exceptionally passionate,” he conceded in a meeting in the hyper end-of-period environment in the Vuitton studio daily before the show. When he’d posted the news of his leaving that morning on his Instagram encourage, “there were, as, 800 remarks quickly, and they were all super-positive, which you never know nowadays,” he said.

His takeoff following seven years is genial and his decision, however he provided no insight as to where he is going (Versace or Burberry being the much-guessed over potential outcomes). “I thought this was a decent method to leave,” he stated, showing a nectar beige cashmere LV monogrammed sweater embellished with Peace and Love, bound to offer out as a gift of his residency.

Playing out the accomplishment of making a super-costly brand appear to be accessibly optimistic to a mass crowd has influenced Jones something of a clique to figure among young fellows in the period of online networking. Instagram itself was just barely developed (in 2010) when he joined. Thinking about what has occurred since, he commented, “It’s the manner by which things have changed. Its speed. In the event that you don’t advance, you pass on.”

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How did he evolve the label? Even without the afterglow of Supreme (and there was some blowback on the credibility of the worshipped skate brand for collaborating), Jones tweaked the ever-present travel heritage of Vuitton to make it sync with the experiential preferences of the much-vaunted millennial generation—their valuing of doing above owning. His final collection was all about that: getting outdoors, albeit shod in the most costly of hiking boots known to man, and, in one case, with a backpack consisting of a Louis Vuitton suitcase equipped with a dangling camo fur blanket roll.

Jones, who is English, was born in Africa and has a genuinely voracious appetite for travel, nature, and animals, in addition to being an encyclopedic authority on street and underground fashion. The scratchy rock–textured prints in the collection were developed from his own aerial landscape photographs taken from a helicopter in Kenya last summer. His other source of inspiration came from watching a rodeo in Wyoming. “The flank men wear these sweat-shorts,” he said, “so we did them in cashmere. And I thought it would be a nice nod to the Western to embroider this leather jacket with flowers, like they do cowboy boots.”

Louis Vuitton Goes on the Road With Traveling Men’s Pop-Up Shop

Louis Vuitton Goes on the Road With Traveling Men's Pop-Up Shop

Louis Vuitton has today propelled another arrangement of voyaging fly up shops roused by the possibility of intriguing islands and travel. Corresponding with the form house’s SS18 Men’s battle, the program will advance from Miami to Los Angeles, Hawaii, and New York. LV SS18 Men’s is thusly featured by vivid prints, specialized subtle elements and lightweight textures.

For the pop-ups, a can’t-miss VW Bus has been patched up to impersonate the tropical island topic behind Kim Jones’ motivations, as the ride will be in plain view outside of stores in Miami, LA and Honolulu. After buying one of the things from the topical gathering, going from tops and outerwear to sacks and frill, supporters will be skilled a guard sticker extraordinarily intended for the arrangement.

These pop-ups will be showcased at four cities across the country including Miami, Los Angeles, New York, and Honolulu. To further the travel theme, a VW Bus customized with tropical floral print will be trekking to each pop-up (except New York) and be temporarily parked outside of each location. The locations themselves will act as a retail spaces to sell LV’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection along with exclusive product for each spot as well.

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The overall theme also carries over to the clothing and accessories being offered for the upcoming season. The brand’s classic monogram-printed leather goods are given a splash of color from a two-toned brown and blue design that will only be available at Miami and New York locations. Other pieces giving off the vacation vibes include lightweight, reflective Hawaiian shirts and even a Louis Vuitton surfboard sporting an all-over palm tree graphic and branding resembling a vintage Surf Style windbreaker. The collection is rounded off with garments like solid colored T-shirts, bomber jackets, and sweaters. Customers who purchase items from the pop-ups will be given a complimentary bumper sticker, with each city having its own unique design.