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Street art meets high fashion in Louis Vuitton’s artist scarves Volume III

Louis Vuitton continues its artist scarves series, the perfect excuse for bringing together the most thrilling street artists from all around the world with the legendary French house, this time with some amazing creations from Kenny Scharf, INTI and André Saraiva. The artists took the relay from Os Gêmeos, Aiko, RETNA, eL Seed, Ben Eine and Eko Nugroho that had successfully participated in the previous volumes. Brooklyn based artist Kenny Scharf created a psychedelic collage that merges cartoons and cars with space imagery, while INTI from Chile got inspired by the ancient Inca God Wiracocha that represented the sun and was considered to be the creator of the universe. André, the Swedish-Portuguese graffiti artist who lives and works in Paris, used his classic Monsieur A character that made him famous, covered with paint splatters but still smiling. André has confessed in the past that he has probably drawn Monsieur A more than 100.00 time in his life, so it was about time that the cartoon that can be seen all over the streets of Paris was finally drawn upon a Louis Vuitton scarf. In addition to the three limited edition designs, the house will release a summer version of the iconic Stephen Sprouse leopard-print scarf in orange and pink. Louis Vuitton’s Artist Scarves Volume III will be available this March at select Vuitton stores, as part of their spring/summer 2014 collection.