Through a frenetically edited short film, http://louisvuitton.com/” target=”_blank”>Louis Vuitton introduces a new project in which the luxury fashion house tabbed three luminaries from the world of street art to put a new spin on the brand’s iconic silk scarves. http://digitalretna.com/” target=”_blank”>Retna, the celebrated graffiti writer from L.A., interprets the Louis Vuitton trademark on a cashmere/silk stole with a combination of water colors. Tokyo-born http://ladyaiko.com/” target=”_blank”>Aiko infuses the giant silk scarf with splashes of color, traditional kimono patterns and the artist’s signature pop-art lady, collaging them with the LV monogram. Rounding out the trio is http://osgemeos.com.br/” target=”_blank”>Os Gemeos, comprising twin brothers from Sao Paulo famous for their large-scale installations and murals. Their contribution is a regular silk scarf featuring a mosaic sun-and-moon pattern, symbolizing equilibrium and balance. Check out the video below, and find the pieces available now through Louis Vuitton’s online http://louisvuitton.com/front/#/eng_US/Collections/Women/Accessories/stories/Spring-Summer-2013-textile-collection” target=”_blank”>store.