Here are The Looks of Louis Vuitton Pre Spring 2020 check it out.
Virgil Abloh refines his ongoing study of the raison d’être of a pre-collection as a reflection of the everyday wardrobe of the contemporary global dresser.
Unconscious of one’s age. Each season, Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Artistic Director explores the developmental stages that form a man’s identity and wardrobe.
For the Spring-Summer 2020 Pre-Collection Campaign, he chose to focus on the collective energy of today’s youth as it is currently lived in this campaign.
For the new season, we find Abloh reimagining streetwear staples by implementing a touch of luxury for a new generation.
Examples of Virgil’s fine tuning come in the form of a saharienne receiving the savoir-faire treatment in leather, double-face safari jackets and coats appearing in camel and navy colorways, and cargo pants being outfitted with three-dimensional pockets.
Furthermore, the designer’s signature harnessing can be paired with everything from a padded blouson and oversized shirt, to a puffer coat and shearling jacket.
Abloh also reinterprets one of streetwear’s go-to patterns in desert camouflage, applying it to a windbreaker and mink blouson.
Chains, also heavily used in streetwear, then decorate a quilted sweatshirt and denim pants in print form, while a collage jacquard created from a Raphael painting brings a gilet, trench coat, and bomber jacket to life.
Rounding out Virgil Abloh’s Pre-Spring 2020 Louis Vuitton men’s collection are a parachute jacket and shorts featuring a trippy wood grain print, as well as a knitted jumper with a group portrait of the Louis Vuitton menswear studio.