Brand: Louis Vuitton

Season: FW19

Key Pieces: Sneakers have quickly become a highlight of Virgil Abloh's Louis Vuitton, and the 2054 collection is no different. One pair of the blacked-out kicks include touches of the camouflage rainbow motif that appears throughout the collection and is instant grail material. The effect is also subtle on the bucket hat, appearing only on the LV logo in what is probably the second most likely piece to become ubiquitous.

Release Date: November 15 (pre-launch)

Buy: Louis Vuitton

Editor’s Notes: We already got an exclusive look at Abloh's forward thinking, tech-focused apparel, but now we take a closer look at the range of accessories. It's worth focusing again on the aforementioned tie-dye-esque motif, which is simply stunning and welcomed on such a variety of goods. The quilted leather is a strange sight on scarves, making them all the more fascinating and covetable. In an effort to imagine what fashion will look like in 2054, which will be LV's 200th anniversary, Abloh has created a technical collection that rivals Prada Linea Rossa from the jump.

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