These moccasin loafers mark the first-ever LV Drivers designed by the late artistic director. The shoe is constructed using two materials and comes in seven different colorways. The first iteration of the LV Driver comes in a monogrammed pattern in grained calfskin and arrives in green, orange, white, Éclipse, and Ébène colorways where the lace tips and soles of the shoes are in contrasting tones. The second version is constructed out of monogram embossed suede and arrives in navy blue and mocha color variations that boast a simple padded sole. This shoe features a single main monogram flower motif inspired by the French gardens.
Each pair of the LV Driver is handcrafted and takes at least one hour to complete. The ultra-soft rubber outsole and lack of insole design is completed with tubular technology to ensure optimal comfort. The LV Drivers are now available online at Louis Vuitton for $940 USD.
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