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Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Releases with Crystals in Two Colorways

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Blue Purple Pink Black Yellow Release Date Info

Although Louis Vuitton recently collaborated with Nike on the Air Force 1 that is rumored to eventually release, the high-end fashion brand will also drop some new color options of their own shoe. Next, we have two color options of the LV Trainer sneaker.

Going over the two, the first comes dressed in a Pink, Purple, and Blue color combination while crystals appear on the toe, tongue, panels, and heel. The other pair features Black and Yellow, with White crystals on the upper panels and heel. Speaking of the heel, it has the number 54, representing 1854, the year Louis Vuitton was founded. According to LV, each pair requires seven hours of stitching while Monogram flowers appear on the outsole to finish the look.

Both Louis Vuitton LV Trainer color options are available now at LouisVuitton.com. The retail price is $5,350 for the Purple pair and $6,000 for the Black/Yellow iteration. Below, you can check out more photos of the two that will give you a closer look.

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Blue Purple Pink Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Blue Purple Pink Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Blue Purple Pink Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Blue Purple Pink Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Blue Purple Pink Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Blue Purple Pink Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Black Yellow Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Black Yellow Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Black Yellow Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Black Yellow Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Black Yellow Release Date Info

Louis Vuitton LV Trainer Crystals Black Yellow Release Date Info

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