TWO DIE FOR

The most lust-wor­thy col­labs that you need to be on the look­out for.

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LOUIS VUIT­TON X SUPREME Lux­ury + Streetwear What hap­pens when two ma­jor brands with very dis­tinct lo­gos come to­gether to cre­ate a col­lec­tion? A su­per­power match made in fash­ion heaven, of course. Louis Vuit­ton lends its sig­na­ture mono­gram to ar­guably the most sought-af­ter streetwear brand, Supreme, for a col­lec­tion that fur­ther closes the gap be­tween high fash­ion and streetwear. Dare we say: This is the most an­tic­i­pated col­lab­o­ra­tion of the sea­son. GOSHA RUBCHINSKIY X FILA Post-soviet + Vin­tage Sports­wear Ev­ery­thing that pho­tog­ra­pher-turned­de­signer Gosha Rubchinskiy touches turns into gold. In fact, his “club kid” fash­ion has be­come a life­style to some. His brand of sub­cul­ture resur­gence that’s open-minded and spon­ta­neous, with his dis­grun­tled, cool look, is the per­fect match for ul­ti­mate vin­tage sports­wear brand Fila. Nos­tal­gia of epic pro­por­tions—this col­lec­tion’s pri­mary col­ors and loose silhouettes are ev­ery­thing but dated. ALEXAN­DER WANG X ADIDAS It Girl + Three Stripes New York cool kid Alexan­der Wang rein­ter­prets a clas­sic Ger­man sports­wear brand by in­vert­ing its logo and re­leas­ing a col­lec­tion that looks in­side-out. Push­ing the bound­aries be­tween fash­ion and sports­wear by flip­ping “brand­ing con­ven­tions,” the pieces are mainly cut from the in­te­rior side of fab­rics, mixed with al­ter­nat­ing pan­els that are the right side out. This rule-break­ing, why-dressin-all-black-ath­leisure is just the type of Team Cozy a down­town girl would ap­pre­ci­ate and a streetwear geek would ap­plaud.

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