If you were eagerly anticipating the collaboration between major brands Supreme x Louis Vuitton, then you will be hugely dissappointed to hear about the end of their union. According to HypeBeast.com, Louis Vuitton client services confirmed that the powerful collaboration “will no longer be sold in any stores or online.”
When we think about it, we're not too surprised that the link-up ended so soon. The collaboration created long lines and huge crowds filled with hopefuls that became more than the brands could handle.
Trouble in paradise also became apparent when Manhattan’s Community Board No. 2. unanimously denied letting a pop-up store planned for June 29 to July 2 use a location on the quiet 25 Bond Street in downtown New York due to worries about security and management.
If you were looking forward to attending the Supreme x Louis SoHo pop-up location this Friday, July 14, there is no need to camp out in the line. It was also canceled.
The sad part? There was already a line going from Prince and Greene Streets, where the store is located around the block onto Mercer Street. Eager buyers already camped out for days. NYPD was already called to disperse the lines, which are blocking other store owners' businesses.
So if you're not Drake, I guess you're not going to look that cool this summer.
What a sad day for fashion.
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