We've been eagerly awaiting news of the upcoming Louis Vuitton x fragment collaboration for a while now, but hard details have been scarce.

However, after teasing various looks from the collection over the last few weeks, Jones last night announced via Instagram that the collection will be released in "one month." Whether that means it will drop on April 21, or before, is yet to be confirmed.

Louis Vuitton’s Artistic Director also gave us a further look into the collaboration, showing a marine-inspired look featuring a sailor hat, long sleeve and dual-branded vest. Previously, Jones has posted LV x fragment leather boots and army shirt, so the full collection might be inspired by the armed forces.

Regardless of its inspiration, if the collection is anything like Louis Vuitton’s collaboration with Supreme, it's safe to say that people will have a lot of thoughts.

See some teasers from the collection below, and, as per usual, check back with us for more details as they come.

In other fashion news, watch LA's streetwear heads sweat it out in line for Supreme x Lacoste's latest drop.

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