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Louis Vuitton and Yayoi Kusama make fashion that look so good we get dizzy

The new collaboration, titled "Infinitely Kusama," between Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton has us reeling. The endlessly spotty and dotty collection includes tops, skirts, shoes, and accessories, clad with the multimedia artist's signature dot patterns in her trademark colors--primary ones.

The silhouettes are classy and tailored, contrasting Kusama's wild textiles. Then there are soft, draping dresses, ultra ladylike pleated skirts to play up some powerful heels. Like a cheetah's spots, we'd wear these pieces to confuse and capture our prey.

The line will be available online July 10, and don't miss Yayoi Kusama's retrospective at the Whitney Museum two days later. You could even wear a piece from the collection and blend in with the paintings.

Check out the look book below.

Spotted (pun intended!) via: Huh.

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  1. […] If you’ve recently happened to walk along 57th Street past the Louis Vuitton flagship, you will have noticed the spots that have taken over the outside of the store. Sweeping arks of sheer polka dots cover the glass storefront, which sits on the corner of 5th Avenue. The decorative dots aren’t just another one of their elaborate window displays, they’re part of Louis Vuitton’s latest collaboration with Yayoi Kusama. […]

  2. […] obsessive polka dots of contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama found their place in fashion when Marc Jacobs asked her to collaborate on a Louis Vuitton collection. They also created window […]

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