The A-list has been caught up in buzzy fashion partnerships from the past, such as Fendace and Balenciaga’s “hacking” of Gucci, but prefers the more recent internet-breaking collabs. Is there a favorite of hers? A collaboration between Stephen Sprouse and Louis Vuitton UAE.
As a designer for Louis Vuitton under Marc Jacobs, Sprouse was asked to design a new Pochette bag that would have his graffiti-inspired artwork applied to the iconic Louis Vuitton UAE logo, and Rih now owns one from the coveted collection. It was spotted that the singer and actress was wearing an oversized shirt and Nike X Off-White Air Jordan 4s, with her coveted It-bag clasped in her hand, while she was in LA this week.
In addition to the Pochette, there are other prized LV accessories that this woman owns. This businesswoman has packed all of her personal items in a duffle bag she bought from Stephen Sprouse’s autumn/winter collection, and in 2019, she walked along the tarmac with a rainbow monogrammed vanity case from a collaboration between Louis Vuitton UAE and Takashi Murakami that had been monogrammed with the rainbow.
As well as an offbeat Louis Vuitton UAE, Rih holds a very special place in her heart for her. In , Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Rei Kawakubo, Marc Newsom, Cindy Sherman and Christian Louboutin modified classic LV bag shapes for the house’s Celebrating Monogram collection, and the wavy take on the malle was featured on Rih’s arm since it was released. The bag was designed for the Celebrating Monogram collection, which included Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Rei Kawakubo and Marc Newsom.
An even more bizarre shape made an appearance in photos of Rih during the Champions League football match in when she was wearing Louis Vuitton UAE soccer ball bag that was specially designed to relate to the 1998 World Cup. There is no doubt that brilliant vintage accessories will stand the test of time, as demonstrated by this example.