Pricing for the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collection has started to reveal itself to its respective cities, with European prices arriving first.
Beginning with the most coveted item of all — the collaborative box logo T-shirt — the cost is apparently €390 EUR (approx. $445 USD). This would equate to about 10x the cost of the standard box logo T-shirt as available from a Supreme retail store in the U.S. Other prices reveal the inflation to be similar in scale, such as the box logo hoodie at €750 EUR (~$855 USD), overalls for €1,500 EUR (~$1,710 USD), satin pajama bottoms for €1,200 EUR (~$1,370 USD), and the crew sweatshirt for €590 EUR (~$675 USD). The more expensive items revealed thus far falls under the outerwear variety — the leather varsity jacket and fur parka are priced at €3,500 and €3,200 EUR (~$4,000, $3,650 USD) respectively. The now-infamous trunks however takes the cake, coming in at a whopping €50,000 EUR for the storage trunk and €40,000 EUR for the skateboard trunk; that’s about $57,077 USD and $45,662 USD respectively. Scroll through the breakdown according to @supreme_leaks_news below:
Many can agree that luxury labels are luxury labels for a reason — their attention to quality, exclusivity and heritage is all exemplified in the pricing required. But how would that mentality change when a streetwear brand, not synonymous for exorbitant pricing, is included into the mix? Sometimes things can be muddled when the streets mix with the boutiques. Tell us in the comments below if you agree.