Louis Vuitton x Supreme Malle Courrier Trunk Monogram 90 Red
Monogram 90 Red

Louis Vuitton x Supreme Malle Courrier Trunk Monogram 90 Red

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One of the more coveted pieces is no doubt the signature Louis Vuitton x Supreme Malle Courrier Trunk Monogram 90 Red trunk, done up in red and adorned with both LV and Supreme branding. Their purses might be more common, but Louis Vuitton got their start selling trunks. So it only makes sense that skateboard-centric brand Supreme chose one as the centerpiece of the brands' first collaboration. Louis Vuitton x Supreme has created enough column inches to go down as one of, if not the, most talked-about collabs in history. One factor that made the collaboration so controversial was its astronomical pricing. With all items being produced and distributed by Louis Vuitton rather than Supreme, the collection was always going to sit in the luxury brand's price structure. Once you factor in the collaboration aspect and the limited production, prices once again increased on top of LV's regular pricing. The Louis Vuitton x Supreme Malle Courrier 90 Trunk blends the signatures of both, with LV's iconic monogram leather done in Supreme's vibrant red and the latter's logo front and center. It's finished with silver-colored metal details and white interior lining and this authentic trunk is available to buy or sell online at Stockx. By far the most exclusive and expensive items from the Louis Vuitton x Supreme collection are the made-to-order trunks.Louis Vuitton was only 16 years old when he moved to Paris to become an apprentice trunk maker. His Malle trunk was the first to feature a flat top and bottom, making it stackable and more easily transportable. These trunks would become the foundation of his self-titled company, and they've been a Louis Vuitton mainstay since 1858. Both the Louis Vuitton x Supreme trunks are bespoke, made-to-order items, and that's reflected in their price tags.

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