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For the second Louis Vuitton 2054 collection, part of Pre-Spring 2021, men's artistic director Virgil Abloh takes us forward with his multi-climatic collection inspired by methods used in professional skiing. First launched in 2019 as a luxury lifestyle line devoted to performance and tech, Louis Vuitton 2054 is an experiment of forward-thinking and functional fashion, a mix of urban and activewear.

This time, the use of hyper-materiality is key to adapt to changing weather conditions. Nylon is one of the technical materials being used to set the tone between futuristic and extreme sports. Furthermore, we can definitely sense Virgil's futuristic vision for the collection with the reflective effects, neon, and multi-colour patterns. Invoking the house's technique ‘compressomorphosis’ with the ability of a shirt to self-compress into a cross-body bag, an ability echoed in waterproof bags of body-adaptable volumes with extendable and removable pockets.

2054 is all about transformability and adapting ergonomically for the wearer's comfort. Focusing on functionality, the garments' properties don't only aim at breathability but also on being water-resistant. Louis Vuitton 2054 futuristic lettering is being showcased throughout the collection to tribute the year the House was founded in 1854, revisiting the well-known LV monogram and features in three-dimension to emphasise tech and progress.

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