With the reveal of his collaboration with Japanese Nigo, Louis Vuitton’s Artistic Director, Virgil Abloh, offers his vision of the man of tomorrow. It’s a vision less street style than it first appeared, celebrating mod’s, the famous fashion tribe and rebel of the English street style of the 1960s. It’s still an urban inspiration, though, as many of you may have noticed, it’s all about tailoring. Just like in the 90’s, you can find faded jeans, 3-button jackets, bombers but also the famous trunk-maker’s checkered pattern. Nigo, an unknown Japanese designer, is behind some of the most major fashion crazes of our time: from Bape to Undercover to Supreme, this daring designer is always connected to what the young generation worships. A long-time friend of Abloh, Nigo remains undoubtedly one of the most influential figures in his astounding career.