Kim Jones is getting busier and busier
We’re used to seeing Louis Vuitton‘s men’s artistic director-cum-travel enthusiast Kim Jones putting pictures of beautiful destinations on his Instagram. But these last few days, instead of images of envy-inducing nature, Jones has been treating us with one huge announcement after another.
Shortly after announcing his upcoming collection with NikeLab, Jones took to Instagram again to post about another collaboration, this time with Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara.
From what we can decipher from Jones’ caption, it seems that Louis Vuitton and Fujiwara will curate and select a number of items, including limited edition Monogram Eclipse collection, for a project called “The Parking X Louis Vuitton.”
While we wait for more information regarding this collaboration, get to know Jones more from our interview here.
Updates: In the midst of preparing for Louis Vuitton’s men’s spring/summer 2017 show at Paris Fashion Week, Jones took a moment to upload a picture of bandana from the collaborative collection.
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And more images of the collection are here. In a glance, the items look similar to the ones from the brand’s Monogram Eclipse collection. But if you take a closer look, you can see fragment design’s (Hiroshi Fujiwara’s label) signature thunder logo on each of them.
The capsule collection will be available at the Louis Vuitton’s pop-up store at Isetan department store in Tokyo, Japan. The pop-up store will be opened from July 6 until 19!