A Look Into Louis Vuitton’s Cuban Link Jewelry by Virgil Abloh

LOUIS VUITTON MALLETIER

Innovation is the one thing that’ll keep a brand a live. Being able to continue with the ever evolving current of the Fashion Industry. Recently named the most valuable Luxury Brand of 2019, Louis Vuitton is at the helm of yet another highly sought moment to rake in more dough for the French monicker. Virgil Abloh has designed a collection of cuban-link inspired jewelry that spans over rings, necklaces, and bracelets. In a lookbook released by the House’s Malletier, the official images showcase the expansive design of the pieces that are delicately crafted with the Louis Vuitton monogram logo all over them.

The collection of decadence is directly inspired by Abloh’s debut collection under the Fashion house with the rainbow hues developed by The Wizard of Oz. The standout pieces include baby blue and royal blue enamel that are met with iridescent orange parts that link to a gold connection. Followed by monogrammed brass and crystal embellished links to rendition a more millennial review of the Cuban link. A Louis Vuitton piece wouldn’t be a true Louis Vuitton piece without a special signature – each piece is delicately completed with a sliding clasp that is engraved with the brand’s registered trademark symbol, “R.”

Re-invention to relatability is a specialty of Abloh’s and curating such a trending piece into a classic is sure to keep the company on the up’s, and on top, of the Luxury ladder. There’s no further information on purchase or release dates so continue to check back here for updates!

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