Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton are working together to bring us fabulous designs with a beautiful, cheerful touch for the same classy allures the brand has become renowned for. Check out some of the designs and learn more about the new collection.
Marc Jacobs has tackled a series of pretty exciting new projects
lately. After announcing he's planning to release a new beauty line
and his new fragrance 'Dot', he continues to go on the dotty path,
this time with a major collaboration with artist Yayoi Kusama who
has put her recognizable motif on a few of the iconic Louis Vuitton most wearable
accessories. Considered to be “both timeless and endless” by the
designer, the cuteness-infused collab will definitely stir a dot
mania among feminine design lovers.
With a multitude of comfy, practical yet eye-popping alternatives, the label offers everything from pajamas, trenchcoats and jewelry to leather goods in order to cheer up virtually any outfit. The new offerings by the brand are set to hit the market in two stages: on the first stage, pajamas, trenchcoats and jewelry will hit the stores starting with July 10. The second stage will bring monogram leather goods to the market which will be available starting with October.
Simple combos and intuitive contrasts are the proven recipe for
success. Classiness is the buzzword here, even though there are a
few pieces which stray from the otherwise conventional route which
sets the tone of the collab. Shoes are kept on the practical
side and comfort is an important characteristic taken into account.
Chunky heels or adorable flats with a gorgeous feminine bow for
extra feminine vibes manage to bring the best of many style
Highlighted to various degrees, the fun repetitive patterns are used both for making a statement and for ensuring otherwise simple patterns are livened up and taken to the next level without any sacrifice in terms of versatility. High quality and fun touches are a recipe for popularity, which means that the label will most likely conquer the fashionistas' hearts once again. We cannot wait to see the newest alternatives hitting the stores to be able to see the impact that these lovely pieces will have on the market.
Photo courtesy of Louis Vuitton