Is Supreme x Louis Vuitton To Become Reality At PFW?

By January 19, 2017Fashion News

Supreme x Louis Vuitton a reality? Most expensive bogo ever.

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It all started when Louis Vuitton’s artistic director posted this image on Instagram, a Supreme ‘Whatever’ sticker slapped on top of a white and grey LV monogram. Of course this could mean absolutely nothing but it’s always fun to believe, right? Further speculation then began building after a model who went to a casting snapped a t-shirt that dons the signature Louis monogram and the Supreme box logo embossed all over the top. People began to notice that the white top didn’t feature Supreme’s classic red tag – this made some people think the collaboration wasn’t real but others believed it could be LV finally backing down to a collaboration.

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Fast forward to today. One hour ago @supreme__hustle posted a series of images supposedly of the items that are set to debut at Louis Vuitton’s runway show at Paris Fashion Week this afternoon. If this is true it will be Supreme’s first ever time on the runway making history for the brand.

Young Lord was vibing out to Migos on his Instagram last night rocking the red and white bandana, featured below.

We always know that every Supreme collaboration sends streetwear fans into a frenzy but what will this collaboration be like? It could be the brand’s most expensive collaboration yet seeing as it is with luxury leather goods giant Louis Vuitton.

Watch Louis Vuitton’s runway show here at 2:30pm CET to see if the rumoured collaboration is going to grace the world.

Check out the images below of the most recent material to surface:

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