Super reminiscent of Stephen Sprouse’s collaboration with LV… I am really in love with this adaptation from Marc by Marc Jacobs.
Graffiti logo lettering adds a modern touch to a casual Marc by Marc Jacobs sweatshirt. Long raglan sleeves keep the fit cozy, and ribbed banding trims the edges.
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If you liked the Stephen Sprouse collection for Louis Vuitton in 2006 (the neons and graffiti), you will love this seasons Leopard-esqu collection.
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OK…so flat out, hands down, all that, THIS COLLECTION IS DOPE.
I saw this collection in a random magazine I picked up while catching a flight. Immediately I feel in love with the colors. LOL YES, the way to my heart is through vibrant COLORFUL stuff.
Anyway, Stephen Sprouse is credited with the marriage of graffiti and fashion with his collection in 1983. He actually died in 2004, but his collection (that started in 2001) continued to grow and hit Vuitton boutiques worldwide around January. This collection is a collaboration between Sprouse and Marc Jacobs (now how dope is he?).
Jacobs took two iconic Sprouse motifs — the graffiti and the rose — and interpreted them in Day-Glo shades of pink, green and orange over the Monogram print. The motifs are featured on Vuitton’s Keepall, Speedy and Neverfull bag styles, as well as basketball sneaker boots, pumps, sunglasses, headbands and wristbands, and small leather goods like wallets and coin purses.
Each piece can hit from $800 – $2000 (college budget = wishful thinking …yikes)