The luxury brand is launching its third instalment of Foulards d’Artistes this weekend
Louis Vuitton is mixing street style with high-end fashion – and the results are lovely.
The luxury label began its collaboration with street art in 2001, when artist Steven Sprouse shared his graffiti-inspired designs. The Foulards d’Artistes collection has gained popularity ever since, and now the third and final instalment has arrived.
Starting this Saturday, a new line of silk scarves infused with the works of three new acclaimed artists will be available in Louis Vuitton stores.
The collection features bright and colourful designs from Parisian graffiti artist André, Chilean street artist Inti and Californian painter and sculptor Kenny Scarf.
Judging by the popularity of their past collaborations, it’s likely these scarves will go quickly. So if you’re looking to add one to your personal collection, you’d better act fast.
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