Brand: Louis Vuitton x fragment design

Season: Pre-Fall 2017

Key Pieces: The black and white dual-branded varsity jacket is the most high-impact yet wearable piece in the collection. For the brave, we could see the Paris Tokyo sailor hat featuring in next season's street style shots.

Editor’s Notes: After months of teasing the collection, we finally get a full look at the fragment design x Louis Vuitton collaboration. It features the previously seen army shirts, oversized tote bag, t-shirts and sailor hat, but we also get a first look at ombre branded LV logo shirts, a variety of bags, and even a branded leather bear. The collection doesn't disappoint, combining Louis Vuitton's signature branding with fragment designs' unmistakable streetwear aesthetic.

Louis Vuitton's creative director Kim Jones recently announced the full collection will drop sometime in the next month, so keep your eyes peeled.

Now, feast your eyes on more killer street style from Tokyo.

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