Artist Yayoi Kusama breeds art with Louis Vuitton.
Marc Jacobs surely has breathed new life to many aspects at the Maison of Louis Vuitton. And part of that whimsical transformation is a strong list of collaborators he has culled together in the past including the likes of Richard Prince, Stephen Sprouse and Takahashi Murakami. Building off the success with its past projects, the luxury fashion juggernaut will reaffirm its predilection towards artsy aesthetics yet again by means of sporadic polka dots as they will infuse the signature works of venerable Japanese creative Yayoi Kusama to a small capsule range.
Sporting a familiar pageboy bob haircut we normally associate with a powerful American editor-in-chief and iconic Japanese fashion designer, the models present a variety of swinging sixties-inspired dresses, see-through hybrid coats and clean cut tops. Recreated pieces are not only limited to a selection of clothing as a number of handbags that come in the form of totes and clutches alongside a small range of footwear receives that oh-so exuberant treatment.—ROLLIE POLLIE OLLIE
via Tokyo Dandy