Louis Vuitton is ramping up its partnership with League of Legends and unveiling in-game Prestige Skins. The skins, which were designed by Nicolas Ghesquière, LV's Artistic Director of Women’s Collections, are available for champions Qiyana and Senna. This is the first time a luxury brand has produced custom skins for esports.

LV's new skins will be unlockable beginning November 10 to coincide with the League of Legends World Championship Finals in Paris. A new music collective called True Damage, made of League of Legends champions Qiyana, Senna, Akali, Ekko, and Yasuo, will also be brought to life with a performance at Opening Ceremony.

The winner of the tournament will receive a custom Louis Vuitton trunk designed to hold the trophy. It brings together LV’s savoir-faire details with high-tech elements from the League of Legends universe.

On this week's episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by studio with Mark Weston, the creative director of British luxury brand Dunhill.

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