How Kim Jones Made Louis Vuitton Cool

On Thursday, Kim Jones, one of the most important designers in menswear right now, took his final bow. It was announced earlier this week that he was leaving his post as artistic men’s director at Louis Vuitton.

Since 2011, Jones has designed the French fashion house’s menswear collections and solidified the label’s place as a leader in the conversation on what’s cool. Forging collaborations with brands like Supreme and Fragment Design, he opened up Louis Vuitton to a new loyal following of streetwear fans and, most notably, gave the label an identity that holds influence and relevance.

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31 thoughts on “How Kim Jones Made Louis Vuitton Cool

  1. I've never truly understood the outfits in fashion shows like do these models dress like that cause ur just supposed to buy the pieces individually cause I love certain shirts but the whole outfit together looks just like a yeezy season fit just weird and off and I've never seen people or celebs dress like that in public but some of the stuff are really hard tho

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