Mastermind Virgil Abloh Undrapes Louis Vuitton’s AW19 Campaign, Bursting Futuristic Notions More Than Ever

That mouth-watering monogram has taken a whole new spin…

Chidozie Obasi
Editor

After the launch of Louis Vuitton’s AW19 collection online, Louis Vuitton’s menswear artistic director Virgil Abloh has shared new campaign imagery for the second part, captured through the lens of Kenta Cobayashi, Japanese photographer based in Tokyo. Featuring the photographer’s signature detail -also known as the digital tracing aesthetic-, the collaboration serves up a profusion of silhouettes via a dashing cybernetic style.

The shots include a surfeit of standout pieces from the AW19 collection, counting in the likes of the keepall XL puffer bag, the famous monogram admiral outerwear piece, and many other beamingly-toned accessories. Futurism is taken to the next level, further-bedecked by traditional shaping that maintain a high-level of the Maison’s quintessential artisanship.

The collection is now available to shop online, at LouisVuitton.com.

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