Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton, has revealed another collection of the men’s collection. This time the lineup is full of bold graphics and camo designs. The collection is called the “LV Electric” and “Camo Monogram” capsule collection.
Virgil is master of his game and has this collection based on the visual impact theme. The Fall winter 2020 collection has both high and low forms of contemporary culture which are combined with Louis Vuitton’s unique aesthetic. For this collection, Virgil has beautifully mixed the elements of art and the house’s traditions to refine the garments and accessories. The collection has everything from flashy LV monogram tees to camo printed shirts, jackets, suits, and backpacks.
The camo monogram pieces are elegant and stand out in their own way. In the past too the band had experimented with camo designed labels when they released Takashi Murakami X LV collection.
To check the complete lookbook of FW Men’s 2020 precollection by Virgil Abloh head over to louisvuitton.com.
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