Trust us when we say that Louis Vuitton is on a roll with its collaborations.
There’s the much talked-about and highly Instagram-able tie-up with Supreme for the upcoming fall/winter season (we’re guessing the waiting list for that one is already a mile long), and the Parisian fashion powerhouse has released news that it’ll be launching a men’s capsule collection designed together with Fragment Design’s Hiroshi Fujiwara.
Dubbed the “Godfather of streetwear”, Fujiwara worked with Kim Jones, Vuitton’s Artistic Director of menswear, to come up with the collection that references music with preppy elements thrown into the mix.
Fans who are hoping to score pieces from the collection needn’t travel far and wide: From 22 April to 7 May, Vuitton will peddle the coveted goods at a special pop-up inside streetwear haven, Surrender.
“Singapore has always been a vibrant melting pot of cultures for me. The perfect balance between tradition and modernity, East and West influences. I’m excited to open a pop-up store at Surrender, its minimal store aesthetic matches perfectly with the 2017 pre-collection,” says Jones.
This story first appeared on Harper's Bazaar Singapore on April 10, 2017.