Supreme x Louis Vuitton Capsule Collection

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One of the most anticipated collaborations this year is finally out with all of the pieces. The haute couture fashion house Louis Vuitton and the exclusive streetwear brand Supreme teamed up for a limited capsule collection. The collaboration was first revealed in January during the Paris men’s Fashion Week.

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Louis Vuitton and Supreme opened eight pop-up shops around the globe and two of them are in downtown Los Angeles and Miami. The other six pop-up shops are in Seoul, Beijing, Sydney, Paris, Tokyo, and London.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration denim jacket with supreme and louis vuitton white logo

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration short sleeve denim shirt with louis vuitton and supreme logo

As for the collection, the French fashion giant Louis Vuitton and the New-York based label Supreme exceeded everyone’s expectations. For those who prefer the street style in haute couture version the collection is dreams come true. Both brands’ logos and signature colors are all over the designs. The well-known Louis Vuitton monogram is printed over the signature vibrant Supreme red color in a lot of the designs. The eye-catching red jacket with white LV monogram all over it is expected to be a major hit.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration 1 red jacket with LV monogran

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red hoodie with lv monogram

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration 6 short sleevet red shirt with lv monogram

The collection offers a wide range of clothing, footwear, and accessories. From outwear and shirts to overalls, Louis Vuitton and Supreme made sure that their loyal fans can dress from head to toe in pieces from their collection.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration 10 denim logo pants and denim camo pants

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration overalls

The camo print is definitely making its huge comeback. We had a chance to see it on the runway as well as in Kylie Jenner’s all-camo bikini collection. Furthermore, Louis Vuitton and Supreme celebrated the camo print through multiple pieces such as denim jackets, coats, overalls, bags, and accessories.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration camo denim jacket

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration 4 camo coat

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration camo cap

Speaking of accessories the collection offers a variety of small goods that can spice up even the simplest outfits. Most of the accessories come in two eye-catching patterns. Namely, the interesting patterns are a mix of the brands’ logos and signature colors. The first one includes the supreme logo over the popular Louis Vuitton dark brown color. The second pattern includes the white LV monogram next to the Supreme’s well-known white logo, both placed on a red base. The accessories collection includes a variety of scarves, phone cases, leather gloves, key holders and eyewear.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration 26 patterned scarves

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration patterned belts

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration patterned gloves

The collection also offers footwear. There are patterned and plain sneakers as well as the hottest shoes of the season-the slides.

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supreme x louis vuitton collaboration white and red logo sneakers

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red slides

Louis Vuitton and Supreme designed multiple bags and wallets in all sizes. The bags were one of the first pieces from the collaboration that were presented to the public. Back in January models at the Louis Vuitton men’s fashion show wore the vibrant Supreme red bags on the runway.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red travel bag

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration camo travel bag

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red patterned red box case

Considering the fact that the many celebrities love Supreme, it’s only a matter of time when the biggest A-listers will show up with some of the Supreme bags. Celebrities such as Kylie Jenner, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Drake, Rihanna and Lady Gaga wear both brands on regular basis. Just for the records, Rihanna and Lady Gaga have appeared in the Supreme’s ad campaigns in the past.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red and black supreme backpack

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red and black shoulder bag

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red supreme wallet

Supreme is known for keeping their new drops under wraps. On the top of that, they release only limited quantities of their products. This results in mile-long lines in front of their stores when the new drops became available for purchase.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red supreme logo sweater

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration red patterned LV monogram sweater

This collection is not an exclusion. Just today more than 200 extreme fans of the brand were spotted in the area of Bondi patiently waiting for the pop-up store’s doors to open. Some people even camped out nearby just to be the first ones that will buy the new Louis Vuitton and Supreme pieces. People even buy pieces from this exclusive collection just to resell them.

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration camo coat and white tee

supreme x louis vuitton collaboration patterned satin sleepwear

The T-shirts that retail for $700 in the pop-up stores cost at least $1400 outside. The red and white hoodie with the LV monogram all over that retailed for $1400 in the store, could easily be sold for $2800 outside. Just for the records, Supreme opened its doors in 1994 offering simple clothes and accessories predominantly for skateboarders for reasonable prices.

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Louis Vuitton Les Parfums VVN Leather Travel Cases

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If you’re already a fan of Louis Vuitton’s recently launched line of fragrances, Les Parfums, here’s an update that you should most definitely take note of. To complement the scents, you can now partake in a selection of Les Parfums VVN Travel Leather Cases, each made to allow your favourite scent to travel in style.

Crafted out of vachetta leather (or what LV refers to as VVN), its nature of vachetta leather also means that the cases will patina beautifully over time, picking up characteristic nuances from you the owner. Priced at SGD650 for the 100 ml case (shown above) to SGD430 for the travel case (shown below), you can, if you like, invest in the SGD19,800 VVN Flaconnier that allows you to carry 3 full-sized bottles in style.

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Available now at Louis Vuitton boutiques across Singapore, you can even take these leather travel cases a step further by personalising them with your own initials to make it truly yours. The good news? The monograming personalising service is free. The bad? Travel cases are sold sans fragrances, so you’ll just have to fork out a little more to make it a complete set.

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Louis Vuitton Cruise 2018 Runway Bag Collection

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Introducing the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2018 Runway Bag Collection. Nicolas Ghesquière has taken his latest collection to Japan. The show was held at Miho Museum, a one hour drive from Kyoto. The collection pays homage to Japanese culture, with references to Kabuki, Japanese landscape, Samurai armor, obi belts and manga. The season’s accessories features unique designs, wherein the Speedy, Petite Malle and new flap bag in Monogram Canvas and Monogram Reverse, features Kabuki eyes as illustrated by fashion designer Kansaï Yamamoto. A bucket bag inspired by Japanese lantern was also seen in the runway. The brand’s iconic Hat Box Bag comes in mini sizes, made available in Louis Vuitton’s signature materials such as the Monogram Canvas, Monogram Reverse and Epi leather. New hobo and metallic shoulder bags were also included in the collection.

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MIRANDA KERR MODELS LOUIS VUITTON FOR ELLE SPAIN COVER SHOOT

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Miranda Kerr

Elle Spain features supermodel Miranda Kerr on the cover of their November 2016 edition captured by fashion photographer Nino Munoz and styled by Laura Somoza. Beauty is work of makeup artist Lisa Storey, hair stylist Ericka Verrett, and manicurist Ashlie Johnson at The Wall Group. For the covers Australian stunner is wearing Louis Vuitton.


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Clad in Louis Vuitton, Miranda Kerr covers ELLE Spain's November 2016 cover

Clad in Louis Vuitton, Miranda Kerr covers ELLE Spain’s November 2016 cover

Model Miranda Kerr lands not just one but two covers for the November 2016 issue of Elle Spain. Captured by Nino Muñoz, the Australian beauty wears a Louis Vuitton leather jacket and two-piece skirt set in one shot. The other features Miranda in a crop top and leather pants. Inside the magazine, Miranda wears all looks from Louis Vuitton’s fall collection. From printed dresses to fuzzy sweaters and platform boots, Miranda wows in each look styled by Inmaculada Jimenez. Ericka Verrett worked on hair with Lisa Storey on makeup.

EDITORIAL: MIRANDA KERR WEARS LOUIS VUITTON’S FALL COLLECTION FOR ELLE SPAIN

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ALICIA VIKANDER JUST WORE AN AWESOME, UPDATED VERSION OF A CLASSIC '90S HAIRSTYLE

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That's some swoon-worthy hair, ladies and gentlemen. Photo: Getty Images
That's some swoon-worthy hair, ladies and gentlemen. Photo: Getty Images

Alicia Vikander routinely kills it in the hair department, and her look at Monday's London premiere of the new "Jason Bourne" movie was no exception. But allow us to travel back in time for a moment — before we get to discussing the gorgeousness of Vikander's ponytail.  

The '90s were a booming heyday for ponytails, which rose to mainstream prominence on "Full House" where Stephanie Tanner's signature half-up side ponytail reigned supreme. 

And then there was the bubble ponytail. You'd use as many colorful elastics as you could get your hands on to create multiple sections down the length of the tail. This style had absolutely no chic factor because, well, multiple colorful hair elastics were involved. And then it made a fashion-y resurgence a few years ago at Valentino's fall 2014 show and soon Kendall Jenner wore her own #fashun take on the look to the 2015 MTV Movie Awards. Both of those interpretations were sleek, nape-of-the-neck ponytails with crazy-long extensions. Part of the popularity of this style stems from its versatility: No matter your hair type, it's flattering and fairly easy — assuming your hair is long. (This video tutorial breaks down how to get it on natural-textured hair.)

And now, Alicia Vikander has reimagined it once again (or rather, her hairstylist George Northwood has) with a softer, more textured effect.

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Alexa Chung Is Finally Launching Her Own Eponymous Fashion Label

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Rejoice! It-girl, trendsetter, model and designer Alexa Chung is finally launching her own eponymous fashion label, and it could even directly land from the stores to our wardrobes in May 2017.

Alexa Chung Is Launching Her Own Eponymous Fashion Label

After more than ten years in the fashion industry, countless campaigns and a few collaborations (such as those with AG JeansMarks & Spencer, Superga and Eyeko), the British icon has finally decided to step into the role of a fulltime fashion designer, taking the helm of her Alexachung fashion line.

Although Chung’s followers have been expecting a fashion line from her for a few years now, the 32-year-old talented woman did not feel ready to make such an important move towards the Fashion Hall of Fame, and wanted to wait as long as it was necessary for her to feel 100% ready to do it.

“I feel as though I’m kind of prepared to do it now. If it had been any time sooner than this, I either wouldn’t be responsible enough or have been able to take on this kind of feat,” she said in an exclusive interview with the Business of Fashion.

Alexachung, the pieces of which will be sold at selected online and bricks-and-mortar stores, such as MyTheresa, Selfridges and Galeries Lafayette, will focus on ready-to-wear clothing and accessories, the style of which will be highly sophisticated and always contemporary. The line is also going to include jewelry pieces Chungle, but also “permanents” that are said to be “daily luxuries”, which we can’t wait to see for sure.

Alexa won’t join in this venture alone: she is, in fact, going to have a top-notch six-person design team, the members of which all come from different backgrounds, music included. As for the managing director’s position, she appointed atelier Haider Ackermann’s former head Edwin Bodson, who will surely help the designer broaden her already big target audience.

“I have been fortunate enough to have found a wonderful team from various corners of the fashion industry and beyond to help realize my vision and make this lifelong dream a reality,” Alexa Chung said in an official statement, revealing her biggest wish too. “We hope to bring you wearable, cool clothing you can live in and love in, whilst exploring the sartorial relationship between masculinity and femininity, something that has been a cornerstone of my personal style since I was old enough to dress myself.”

As for the pricing, Chung told the Business of Fashion that she wants to reach everybody, as her eponymous label could have a luxe quality yet with more prêt-à-porter price tags. “I want to make sure that we are offering something that is exciting and unique and new, but also the point of this brand is that it connects to everyone. I’m not making something that has got a crazy high price point. I want to make sure it’s something that is speaking to just everyone on the street,” she said.

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