Following the release of League of Legends’ Louis Vuitton-designed True Damage skins earlier this year, the real-life capsule collection of LoL-inspired clothing launched by the fashion house is here. Drawing on Riot Games’ MOBA universe and designed by Louis Vuitton’s artistic director of women’s collections, Nicolas Ghesquière, the collection’s items are up for pre-sale today.
Head to Louis Vuitton’s site (via The Loadout) and you’ll quickly see the League of Legends inspiration in the variety of pieces up for sale. Ranging from a chic sleeveless peplum top with LV trim to a bold print parka, a sporty zip hoodie to handbags, other accessories, and a silver leather biker jacket as the most expensive item in the collection, the LVxLoL capsule gives fans of the game plenty of options to choose from – or pop on their wishlists.
While the Louis Vuitton LoL skins wouldn’t set you back very much, the items in the collection have quite a high price point, though that’s to be expected given they’re from a high fashion line. The lowest-priced pieces are two monogram bandeaus which come in at $170 (£125) apiece, with the highest – the biker jacket – costing $5,650 (£4,200).
If you’re tempted to grab one of the looks the fashion house has put together on the site, for example look six, made up of a top, biker jacket, bubble skirt, handbag, bandeau, and platform derby shoes, you’ll need to fork out $12,200 (£9,035). Phew.
Unveiling the #LVxLol Collection.#LouisVuitton presents a @LeagueofLegends capsule designed by @TWNGhesquiere and in partnership with @RiotGames. Discover the collaboration at https://t.co/DdprEPlFDk pic.twitter.com/rFGFj8DSJD
— Louis Vuitton (@LouisVuitton) December 9, 2019
If you’re keen to check out the League of Legends Louis Vuitton collection for yourself, head over to the site and see what’s on offer. Just be aware, the site advises that orders will be shipped between February and the end of March next year. If you’re tempted to grab some clothing inspired by the game at a lower price point, there’s also some League of Legends True Damage merch now available.
In other news, League of Legends patch 9.24 is nearly here, so be sure to catch up on all the changes headed to the game – along with the lowdown on LoL’s newest Champion Aphelios – ahead of its arrival tomorrow.