Louis Vuitton and Supreme still appear to be riding high off their powerhouse collaboration, with various street-style images, lookbook editorials and fashion influencer posts – all sporting collection wares – seemingly hitting our news feeds on the regular. Teased earlier this month was a co-branded teddy bear – believed by many to be the very last piece from the storied venture. The 71-centimetre doll hit eBay earlier this month but has now officially ended its auction, and the price was finalised at £80,300, or US$106,020.
We have created this very special one of a kind @louisvuitton X @supremenewyork bear for @BBCCiN , let’s get him a good home for this great cause ! Get bidding via www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey Bear and ears modelled by the one and only @katemossagency , full collection curated by @kegrand pls repost thank you ! Thanks to Louis Vuitton, James Jebbia and Katie Grand. Photo by @kegrand
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Fashioned from premium denim, the X1 Supreme x Louis Vuitton bespoke Pudsey Bear not only hit its mark on the luxury market scale, but on the charitable spectrum as well. As it stands, full proceeds from its final price will be used to benefit the BBC Children in Need – an organisation aiming to ensure every child in the UK has a safe, happy and secure environment in which to grow. The doll is 100 per cent authentic and certified from BBC Children in Need.
For details on the completed auction, see the official sale over at eBay.
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