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Louis Vuitton’s Pre-Spring 2021 Drop 2 Introduces Multi-Pastel Crayon Monogram

Virgil Abloh has now revealed Drop 2 of Louis Vuitton‘s Pre-Spring 2021 collection, which is designed the concept of “nuance.” Used to communicate core humanitarian values through poise, style and grace, the latest offering expresses elements of diversity, unity and inclusion.

Imbued with luxury with his signature accessible visual language, the Pre-Spring 2021 Drop 2 introduces a multi-pastel crayon Monogram print stenciled from the debossed LV logo of a chrome desktop in Virgil Abloh’s office at the Louis Vuitton headquarters.

Building on the fashion house’s historic trunks, the smaller Trunk Messenger bag is accented by silver-tone studs and reinforced leather corners. Accompanied by the Keepall Bandoulière and crossbody bag, the striking carrying style features an adjustable and removable strap for comfortable wear. While an array of interior pockets and zipped exterior pockets provide functionality.

The striking pattern that marks the bag is continued on the LV Charm necklace and bracelet, designed by Virgil Abloh and his team at Pont Neuf. Each piece is engraved with the Monogram pattern with a showcase of an artful combination of ceramic and pastel-colored lacquer. Aside from 2021 #MAKEAPROMISE UNICEF Doudou Louis Teddy Bear, LV has also prepared a lanyard style, cap and mask that serve to provide eye-catching touches to any everyday outfit.

Check out Louis Vuitton’s Pre-Spring 2021 Drop 2 above and look for the range to be officially released in the coming weeks.

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