If you concern yourself primarily with women’s designer fashion, you might not be familiar with Supreme. The legendary American streetwear brand inspires lines down the block whenever it restocks its stores, and its legions of fanboys snap up everything from hoodies to Supreme-branded bricks. (Yes, literal bricks. Supreme’s fans transcend parody.) For Fall 2017, the world’s biggest streetwear brand has joined forces with the world’s biggest luxury brand: Louis Vuitton.

Louis Vuitton x Supreme debuted on LV’s men’s runway in Paris last week, and the collaboration goes far beyond the pieces bearing Supreme’s famous red and white logo. (Although, fret not, there are plenty of those too.) The collaboration has its own red and white version of the iconic Louis Vuitton monogram, which appears on both trunks and the trunk-inspired Etui iPhone 7 case, as well as a monogram-free conventional camouflage print and the Supreme logo tonally embossed on black and brown Epi leather bags and accessories.

The collaboration also includes ready-to-wear and shoes; check out all of Vogue’s behind-the-scenes photos of the collection below. The magazine also reports that, true to Supreme’s elusive nature, different pieces from the collaboration will be dropped in different colors and locations, and at different times.

[Photos via Vogue]

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Bubbled
Bubbled
5 years ago

The emperor has no clothes.

C
C
5 years ago

This collaboration is genius. Whether the collection is aesthetically pleasing or worth the money is up for debate of course, and it’s a matter of personal taste. I like it, despite it being nothing like my personal style; I’d totally buy and use the heck out of the Supreme logo duffel bag.

But the young and moneyed (and older hip people like Pharrell) are going to LOSE THEIR MINDS over this partnership, a perfect intersection of streetwear and high fashion. And I predict a TON of frenzied copycats and knockoffs, like with the LV Multicolore monogram in the 00’s.

ladyet
ladyet
5 years ago
Reply to  C

i agree. i’m liking some of these pieces despite not really caring for Supreme or LV. it’s gonna sell F A S T.

Rama
Rama
5 years ago

Gah, what eyesores!

Passerine
Passerine
5 years ago

The color and style of the bag is great. The word “supreme” stamped on it ruins the bag. Crass. Total misfire. Yes, it will probably sell, but I wouldn’t want to be seen with a man who thinks it cool to carry such a tacky bag (my husband has LV, Fendi, and Burberry messenger bags, so I’ve got nothing against man bags)

Sparky
Sparky
5 years ago
Reply to  Passerine

I agree. Again the “lets slap something on top and call it new” design approach. Dreadful. And what’s the point of a gigantic S-U-P-R-E-M-E??

Passerine
Passerine
5 years ago
Reply to  Passerine

Sorry, referring to the bag in photo 5

Charlie
Charlie
5 years ago

OMG, cheaper looking than ever! Why don’t they team up with TOPSHOP then? Goodness

Rama
Rama
5 years ago

They hurt my eyes.

Gigi
Gigi
5 years ago

Love! A breath of fresh air for younger shoppers and different demographics.

M Green
M Green
5 years ago

It’s not my taste but I appreciate the fact that this collaboration will be very popular with some elite shoppers. It shows great confidence for two iconic fashion empires to merge so boldly in one collection. Aside from the Supreme collaboration, the runway show also featured amazing bags and accessories made of epi leather and monogram canvas. Those looked phenomenal! Kim Jones is really an artist!

Sparky
Sparky
5 years ago

Bad feeling Disney is next.

Jerri R
Jerri R
5 years ago
Reply to  Sparky

I actually think Disney will be a better pairing than Supreme

psny15
psny15
5 years ago

are the supreme folks louis vuitton customers because i sure am not buying any of this tacky crap?

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