It goes with saying that in the sneaker game, most people know Kanye West only with his Adidas Yeezy brand because this collaboration has made so much impact since 2016 when the first Yeezy 350s were released to the public till now in 2021, when Yeezy Crocs are released.
Kanye signed with LV to release his line of sneakers which he designed alongside the LV creative team. The partnership was called, The Kanye West x Louis Vuitton.
All in all, a total of 3 sneakers were designed by Kanye for the LV brand:
03. Mr Hudson's
These 3 designs gave birth a total of about 10 LV sneakers with different colourways. Check out the Louis Vuitton x Kanye West sneaker collection below:
03. Mr Hudson's
As you'd expect, these beautiful sneakers sold out in seconds the minute they were released to the public. Kanye created so much hype around them that by the time they announced an official date for their release, most people had money lined in their hands to scoop them.
Unfortunately, the collaboration between Kanye West and Louis Vuitton ended not working out for both parties.
According to most sources, the number one reason why the partnership didn't work out is because Kanye wanted more creative freedom and Louis Vuitton weren't prepared to hand him that.
In retrospect, Louis Vuitton must be regretting the decision they made of not renewing Kanye' contract with them, especially now considering that he's doing really well with Adidas.
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