Menswear creative director Virgil Abloh is now well into his reign at Louis Vuitton, and each new collection is more anticipated than the next. Now, on the heels of the brand’s Women’s summer capsule, we’re getting a look at the latest from Virgil Abloh and it’s good, it’s really good.

Inspired by West Coast artists and skaters the latest seasonal capsule by Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton reimagines the brand’s iconic Monogram in a whimsical new way. Bright, watercolor hues are meant to emulate the ever-changing colors of a summer sky. Soft multicolor pastel prints are the standout pieces of the collection, dubbed the Artist’s Palette, this print adorns RTW and classic bags like the Keepall and Pochette.

A second colorway, called Shades of Indigo revisits Watercolor Monogram in varying shades of blues and indigo. The pattern is interpreted as if drops of water had fallen on ink, appearing once again on a range of RTW, bags, accessories and shoes. The stand out piece is the shrunken down version of the classic Louis Vuitton Keepall, the cute and compact Keepall XS.

Both motifs add a graphic rainbow spin to classic Monogram, enlivening the brand’s bags both new, and old, all the while conveying a joyful, lively summer season. And those these bags fall under LV Men’s they’re likely to be coveted by all and to sell, and sell fast. Some pieces already appear to be unavailable so if you see something you like, it’s best to snatch it up quickly! Discover the full range of pieces now via Louis Vuitton and view more from the collection below.

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A.S.
A.S.
1 year ago

Love the Keepall XS. Of course it’s sold out already.

Sweet baby
Sweet baby
1 year ago

The watercolor keepall is straight fire. Also sold out.

Justice
Justice
1 year ago
Reply to  Sweet baby

All these limited releases are designed to sell out with pre-orders open to clients way before the launch.

Justice
Justice
1 year ago
Reply to  Sweet baby

All these limited releases are designed to sell out with pre-orders open to clients way before the launch.

Sol
Sol
1 year ago
Reply to  Justice

Yes, but why in the hell do they even list them on their website if they aren’t available? This is what frustrates me so much about LV.

EconomicallySavy
EconomicallySavy
1 year ago
Reply to  Sol

And this is the reason why I have seen moved on from LV. It’s ridiculous. My last straw was after calling customer service and monitoring their website for a particular bag I really wanted to no avail. I decided to stop in the store when I was in the city and found out that the item was indeed available to purchase. In the era of technology and the internet, no one has time to chase down an item they are interested in. Unless it’s a marketing strategy, LV needs to do better.

Grandmasutra
Grandmasutra
1 year ago

So colorful I love it for the summer.

ladyet
ladyet
1 year ago

Think they hit it on the nose with what’s on trend. Gonna be popular with younger guys + street style aesthetics.

Sweet baby
Sweet baby
1 year ago
Reply to  ladyet

i actually think the line can be asexual – especial the artist palette

Lillian
Lillian
1 year ago

I liked this collection a lot more than I thought I would. Love the watercolor effect

Taetae
Taetae
1 year ago

Yes!!! Street style but still LV chic!

Megan
Megan
1 year ago

All of the good limited edition colorways are going to the men’s line.

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