One of the most memorable and head-turning collaborations of the decade has surfaced on the resale market. In early January 2017, Kim Jones, then creative director of
In 2017, Hypebeast reported that the hyped Supreme x Louis Vuitton Malle Courrier 90 Trunk hit the resale market at for $150,000 USD at the time. Now, almost exactly half a decade later, the collaborative trunk, once the most talked about piece in fashion, has seen a decline in pricing. The trunk is now being sold for $90,000 USD on Justin Reed, a $60,000 USD decrease from 2017. While it should be noted that $90,000 USD is still a large number when it comes to price, the lower pricing might be signaling a decline in value for this particular collaboration, or perhaps on a broader scale, a real-time indication that streetwear and luxury collaborations are seeing a downfall in hype.
The trunk draws inspiration from the LV monogram combined with Supreme’s signature red, which can be found on the outer sides of the Gaboon wood trunk. The interiors feature a quilted cotton lining and multiple linen canvas trays. Cowhide handles, lozine leather trimmings and golden brass lock finishes detail the trunk to round out the design.
Those still looking to purchase a major fashion moment collectible can find the Supreme x Louis Vuitton Monogram Coated Canvas Malle Courrier 90 Trunk on Justin Reed.
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