Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2022 final collection Virgil Abloh “This Is Not Monogram” theme LV Flower burger box popcorn basket paint can bag

Virgil Abloh’s final Louis Vuitton collection includes a leather burger box & popcorn basket

There’s also a $3,600 paint can bag.

The Fall-Winter 2022 menswear collection by Louis Vuitton has dropped, featuring many of the final pieces designed by late creative director Virgil Abloh, who passed away last November at the age of 41. Included in the collection is Abloh’s “This Is Not Monogram” theme, which includes bags, accessories and small leather goods with wavy lines in an out of focus version of the fashion house’s iconic monogram, as well as some very unique Louis Vuitton household items using the LV Flower canvas, such as a leather burger box, literally shaped like a Big Mac container, and popcorn basket.

Inside the burger box are six coasters in colours inspired by hamburger ingredients (red, green, yellow, etc.). According to Louis Vuitton, the popcorn basket was inspired by other food-related items featured in last year’s fall collection, like their coffee cup and pizza box.

The final Louis Vuitton collection by Virgil Abloh includes a leather burger box and popcorn basket.

Of course, being Louis Vuitton, the pricing is steep, with the burger box retailing for $3,300 and the popcorn basket for $1,299.

While the two pieces did not appear in the Louis Vuitton Fall 2022 Menswear fashion show, both are marked with “Défilé Homme Automne-Hiver 2022,” which is an indication that they were designed using the themes from the collection.

Another notable piece in the collection is the LV paint can, used as a bag with or without the strap, featuring designs referencing the heritage of Louis Vuitton. ”Roomy enough to hold two phones and other personal items,” the bag retails for $3,600.

The LV Paint Can bag by Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton

It’s bittersweet to see Abloh’s work released posthumously, but we’re still grateful for any previously unseen designs from one of the greatest artists of our generation.

“This Is Not Monogram” by Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton

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