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Louis Vuitton x Supreme Collaboration: Just, Yes.

August 08, 2017

Louis Vuitton x Supreme Collaboration: Just, Yes.

Enter Supreme

Supreme, on its own, is a company that made its start in the 90’s - catering to skateboarders, and more specifically, the youth at large. Working with some of the generation’s most groundbreaking artists, musicians, designers, and photographers, Supreme established itself as the voice of that generation. Come 2017 - Louis Vuitton creates headlines with the Fashion news of the century: Louis Vuitton is partnering with Supreme on a collaboration.

Louis, meet Supreme

To shed a little light on this collaboration, we thought it would be wise to quote GQ: Vuitton's menswear artistic director Kim Jones and Supreme founder James Jebbia swooped in and gave fashion fans, hypebeasts, luxury snobs, sneakerheads—really anyone who's a fan of cool shit—one epic lineup of cobranded clothes, shoes and accessories that not only reinvigorates the concept of a collaboration but redefines it” .

A Rocky Relationship

To stay true to the nature of Supreme - Louis Vuitton created pop-up stores stocked solely with the game-changing lineup, which was canceled just days after, after seeing the sh*t show it created. From then on, Louis Vuitton decided to sell Supreme merchandise to select clients - which is where we come in. You see, we have a thing for smart investments, and even more so for smart luxury investments - and every single piece from the Supreme collection is just that. Pieces that will only go up in value, and be coveted for years, if note decades, to come.

The-Collectory goes Supreme

Therefore, we are so excited to announce the Supreme pieces for sale on our site! We got to have a little fun when we collaborated with our favorite photographer ( Maxwell Swift) and model Tara to showcase these truly, one-of-a-kind pieces.

 

Check out and Shop  our full collection of LV x Supreme pieces.

Want to see the full-line-up of Louis Vuitton x Supreme products? Keepalls, t-shirts, scarfs, keychains, pocket knifes and bandanas gallore. Knock yourself out.

Want to hear the most adorable story ever?  Louis Vuitton Artistic Director Kim Jones’ first job in college was to unpack boxes for the company that imported Supreme merchandise into the UK. Decades laters - he is collaborating with his all-time favorite brand.  

Want to hear the most badass story ever?  Louis Vuitton sent a cease and desist letter to Supreme in the 2000s for Supreme’s LV-inspired logo T-shirts, beanies, and skate decks. As a result, they were forced to issue a recall for that collection. 2017...I guess who’s desisting now?

 

Supreme Red Scarf

 

(Top to Bottom:)  Supreme Red BandanaSupreme Red Christopher Backpack

 

 (Left to Right): Supreme Cameo Keepall, Supreme Red Christopher Backpack, Supreme T-ShirtSupreme Red Scarf, Supreme Black Christopher Backpack

 

 

Supreme Red Christopher Backpack

 

Supreme Red Christopher Backpack

  

Supreme Red Bandana 

 

Supreme Red Christopher Backpack


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