The reputed coordinated effort between Louis Vuitton and Supreme was at last uncovered today amid the AW17 appear. The organization between the extravagance house and streetwear lord has blended up some genuine love/despise on Instagram. Louis Vuitton has beforehand teamed up with craftsmen Takashi Murakami and Yayoi Kusama, yet this gathering, stamped with the skate brand’s well known logo, has got Paris Fashion Week humming.
The refinement amongst streetwear and top of the line mold has turned into all the more dark as of late, on account of brands, for example, Vetements, Hood via Air and Off-White making hoodies on the catwalk a standard event. Louis Vuitton has kept some separation from the pattern before, however this season Kim Jones combined components of Vuitton’s great extravagance with Supreme’s striking logo and lively shapes. The accumulation comprises of monogrammed berets and loose fitting, adorned with a variety of shoulder packs and rucksacks decorated with Supreme’s mark red and white logo.
In an interview with WWD, Jones said that “You can’t have the conversation of New York menswear without Supreme right now.” It’s clear that the two brands have come a long way since the year 2000 when Louis Vuitton filed a lawsuit against Supreme after the brand released a skateboard featuring Vuitton’s trademark pattern. We predict that the alliance between two of the most recognisable logos in fashion will be a sell-out hit with consumers.