London's Coolest Girls Go Dotty For Louis Vuitton's Kusama Collection: EXCLUSIVE PICS!

21 August 2012 by

In today’s issue of Grazia you’ll find a dotty, spotty, polka-print bonanza. It’s all down to reclusive Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and the persuasive creative powers of Marc Jacobs; he’s lured the artist, who sees the world around her in graphic dots, into a print-mad project where Louis Vuitton’s classic monogram (and all manner of clothes, bags, accessories and shoes) get glamorously graffiti’d. The collection is launching in Selfridges Wonder Rooms on 24 August until 19 October, with all 27 of the store’s famous windows being overtaken by the collection to boot.

You can get the full lowdown, with chat from Mr Marc Jacobs himself, in Grazia Style Director Paula Reed’s report on the new craze in this week's issue. You’ll also find a collection of snaps featuring London’s most stylish girls fashioning up their take on the Kusama collection. So scroll through the gallery above to see a sneak peek of Bip Ling, Caroline Issa, Adwoa and Kesewa Aboah and Jade Parfitt spotting up. Pick up the mag for the full interview and images!

Photographs by Phill Taylor


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