Louis Vuitton and Yayoi Kusama launch their new collection

Louis Vuitton and Yayoi Kusama launch their new collection

After 2012, the world-famous luxury brand and the Japanese artist collaborated again.


The first drop of the collaboration dubbed Creating Infinity is divided into the categories Painted Dots, Metal Dots, Infinity Dots, and Psychedelic Flowers. The next and final drop will be published on 31 March. “Louis Vuitton understands and appreciates the nature of my art,” Kusama pointed out back in 2012. The new collection elegantly translates the artist’s motifs into women’s clothes and accessories, and for the first time includes clothes designed for men.

In addition, as part of the collaboration, a Kusama robot is painting dots in the window of a Louis Vuitton store on Fifth Avenue, New York.

Source: news.artnet.com
Cover photo: wwd.com

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