Even five years after his death, fashion's admiration of the original "downtown darling," Stephen Sprouse, and his cutting-edge aesthetic, never seems to fade. This week Louis Vuitton will launch a line of bags and accessories inspired by their highly-collectible 2000 collaboration with him and a new book celebrating the iconic designer has just come out.
We wanted to take a moment to highlight some of our own Sprouse scores, not only because they showcase his knack for using bold saturated pop colors with a punkish flare, but also because they are still incredibly relevant for today! Take for example this hot flouro pink & teal colorblock angora sweater that energizes even on the grayest of winter days, or this brilliant long black work-wear inspired vest that's quite an exceptional layering piece for year-round wear.
80's Stephen Sprouse Hot-Pink Color-Block Sweater-$454
80's Stephen Sprouse Long Black Utility Vest-$398
Visit Vagabondnyc.com for many other Sprouse inspired scores and be sure to check out the fantastic new website sponsored by LVMH, Welovesprouse.com