Collaborations are all the rage in the fashion industry today. Louis Vuitton's collections with famous artists are always something to look forward to. This time they've teamed up with my favorite Japanese octogenarian Yayoi Kusama. In every collaboration there is always the stand out item. Takashi Murakami created a monogram print that made me forget my detestation of label whoring, Stephen Sprouse's red leopard print scarfs were all the rage when Mischa Barton had a career, and this time I'm placing my bets on Yayoi's sunglasses being the item the rich and fashionable will cut a bitch for. You could wear a bin liner and those sunglasses and look like fashion personified. I'm also a fan of plastic clothing and I'm crediting Jeremy Scott for dragging the transparent plastic trench back from the nineties and onto the runway. I've seen them all over the high street and now Louis Vuitton has created their very own splattered with Kusama dots. I don't know if I'm a fan of the plastic trench above because it's aesthetically pleasing or because it alludes to Yayoi's early artworks where she painted dots on naked people, either way I want one. Even though I love some of the collection, other pieces are of questionable taste. I can't help but feel that some items, like the scarves, would look infinitely better minus the Louis Vuitton half of the collaboration. Yayoi's prints are striking enough without a faded monogram behind them, or LOUIS VUITTON emblazoned in large font bastardizing the beauty of the print. Whatever happened to subtlety? I'm all for a nineties revival but logo mania needs to remain dead with clogs, crocs and Adolf Hitler. Any who, rant over. After the jump is a beautiful vintage-feel video created by Love magazine featuring the collection. Wehehehehehehehehehehehe-ell!