When Louis Vuitton unveiled its collaboration with streetwear specialists Supreme for their men’s fall 2017 collection this January, the fashion crowd was pretty much all over it – and a lot of people are probably awaiting its launch later this year.
For those of you who are fans of the whole high fashion-meets-streetwear thing, the French maison has also collaborated with Hiroshi Fujiwara of Fragment Design fame as a special capsule collection for their men’s pre-fall 2017 season.
If the name Hiroshi Fujiwara doesn’t ring a bell – it ought to. The man has often been hailed as the godfather of the Japanese streetwear scene and has played mentor to the likes of Jun Takahasi of Undercover and Nigo of Bape.
What’s even better – Louis Vuitton is opening a pop up store dedicated to this special capsule collection this month (22nd April – 7th May) at one of the coolest multi-label stores in town – Surrender @ 268 Orchard.
Below, our top picks of the collection:
Remember that metallic iPhone case (a reinterpretation of the Petite Malle bag) we saw at Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2017 collection? It’s been redone here to include Fragment Design’s signature lighting bolts. Collegiate badges to jazz up your bomber jacket, also available in psychedelic rainbow hues.
If you like your flash in small doses, look to the backpack – the same psychedelic rainbow finish is applied to the buckles.
This canvas high-top with patches emblazoned with the Fragment Design lightning bolts will probably be a hit with sneaker fiends.
As if you need more reason to head down, there will also be exclusive inventory only available at the pop up store. We’ll be seeing you there.
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