Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2013 Scarves collection is collaborated with renowned street artists

French luxury brand Louis Vuitton has always been famous for its collaborations with noted artists to bring a pop of artistic genius into fashion. Their latest collaboration manifests itself in the form of scarves for their Spring-Summer 2013 collection, which boasts of street art influences. Take your pick from the manga-inspired 4 Seasons Giant Square by US-based Japanese-born artist Aiko, which marries traditional motifs with pop art elements, or the abstract Script Stole by Californian graffiti writer Retna. He uses a mixture of ancient Incan and Egyptian hieroglyphics, Arabic, Hebrew, and Asian calligraphy and graffiti to express his vision.

4 Seasons Giant Square

Script Stole

Mosaic Square

The last one, Mosaic Square, has been created by graffiti artist duo (and twin brothers) Os Gemeos’ and their silk creation features a repetitive and dizzying pattern with brightly colored Sun and moon motifs.

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These vibrant and eclectic scarves by Louis Vuitton will be available from January through February, and the price for these range from $580 (for the Mosaic Square) to S$1,120 (for the Script Stole). This is indeed the perfect way to usher in spring into your wardrobes.

[Luxury-Insider and Lifestyle-Asia]

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