Virgil Abloh Designs Upcoming UNICEF x Louis Vuitton Silver Lockit Bracelet

A new take on the charitable accessory.

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Continuing its important relationship, Louis Vuitton has enlisted Virgil Abloh to design its upcoming UNICEF Silver Lockit Bracelet. As always, part of the profits from the sale of each accessory will be donated to the non-profit organization. Since starting their partnership back in 2016, LV and UNICEF has raised nearly $10 million USD.

Available in “Black,” “Orange,” “Celadon Green” and “Blue,” the latest take on the UNICEF x Louis Vuitton Silver Lockit features a thicker adjustable rope cord. Attached to the cord are four 925 sterling silver chain links and an engraved LV padlock.

Priced at €390 EUR (approximately $425 USD), the Virgil Abloh designed UNICEF x LV Silver Lockit Bracelet is set to release February 21 online and at LV locations. For each accessory sold, Louis Vuitton will donate €100 EUR (approximately $110 USD) to UNICEF’s efforts to provide access to water, sanitation, nutrition, education, health and protection to those in need all over the world.

In case you missed it, Off-White™ recently released a striking iridescent Arrows Bracelet.

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