The T-shirts born from the collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Supreme.
It was in 2017 that Louis Vuitton and the brand Supreme took everyone by surprise by collaborating on a collection of clothes and accessories. To place the two brands, Louis Vuitton is one of France's leading Houses of couture. It was founded in 1854 and initially specialised in the domain of luxury, and more specifically luxury leather goods. As for Supreme, the label could not have followed a more different path. It all started in the heart of New York around 20 years ago now, with a store devoted to skaters. After the meteoric success of the products created by the brand, the business developed very quickly, becoming known to a much wider public. One of the pieces which marked the collaboration the most was T-shirts.
A groundbreakingly successful collection.
The T-shirts designed by Louis Vuitton and Supreme are a clever blend of the ingredients behind the success of each of the two brands today. The quality materials and the use of the Louis Vuitton Monogram come from the leading French luxury designer. As for Supreme's style, its sources are to be found in a more sporty and laid-back direction. The T-shirts produced are red and white in colour or all-over prints. The American brand, which has already collaborated with renowned labels like Nike and Vans, is a master in the art of communication, which is a definite advantage for promoting and selling the pieces produced in the context of the association.
A collaboration you can see on the Vestiaire Collective sales platform.
The collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Supreme has contributed to a minor revolution in the codes of luxury and the sporting world. Vestiaire Collective offers its customers the opportunity of buying collector's pieces at highly-competitive prices. Indeed, we use our best endeavours to put true fashion gems within the reach of all our customers.
The collections of Louis Vuitton X Supreme T-shirts have met with great success. That is also the case for other categories of men's clothing: