The world’s most popular virtual pop idol just gotten herself a new fan – fashion designer http://marcjacobs.com” target=”_blank”>Marc Jacobs. In her latest operetta The End, virtual “Vocaloid” http://crypton.co.jp/mp/pages/prod/vocaloid/cv01a.jsp” target=”_blank”>Hatsune Miku is in a head-to-toe outfit created by http://louisvuitton.com” target=”_blank”>Louis Vuitton and the brand’s artistic director, Marc Jacobs. Worked along side stage director Toshiki Okada and digital music composer http://atak.jp/” target=”_blank”>Keiichiro Shibuya, Jacobs decided to start-off Miku’s costume design with Louis Vuitton’s iconic Damier pattern as his base. After a process of elimination, Jacobs and his studio submitted an illustration, one with a one-of-the-kind two-piece Louis Vuitton dress in black and white Damier pattern.
However, it wasn’t till last night when Louis Vuitton unveiled the final design at The End‘s premiere in Shibuya’s http://bunkamura.co.jp/english/orchard” target=”_blank”>Bunkamura Orchard Hall. Hosted by Frédéric Grangie, President and CEO of Louis Vuitton Japan, the red carpet gathering saw the likes of http://ameblo.jp/m-flo-verbal/” target=”_blank”>VERBAL, his wife Yoon, http://kozm-agency.tv/artist/yulia/” target=”_blank”>Mademoiselle Yulia, artist Masaki Yokobe, and a life-size mock-up of Hatsune Miku herself. The End will be playing till next month with a scheduled concert in Paris’ Theatre du Chatelet Opera House at the end of this year.
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