Louis Vuitton pays tribute to designer Stephen Sprouse, with whom they created the success graffiti collection back in 2001.
Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs recreate the graffiti print but this time on more items: bags, sneakers, shoes, sunglasses as well as some clothing and some more accessories.
Stephen Sprouse was one of the 80s hottest designers, famed for his use of graffiti and toxic colours.
His mix of 60s pop and 70s punk had everyone wanting more and he designed for some of the decade’s biggest famous names, including Debbie Harry, Duran Duran and Billy Idol.
He died of lung cancer in 2004 and 2009 will see three levies to his life.
On January 8th the Stephen Sprouse retroactive opens at Deitch Projects in New York, February sees the free of The Stephen Sprouse Book, a new bio of the designer, and on January 9th Louis Vuitton is set to present a new abstract collection designed by Marc Jacobs in respect to the designer.