All of the apparel and accessories (there’s a $515 keychain and bag charm) combine the iconic LV pattern with the brand’s take on a League of Legends color palette. Several items have a tiger-stripe design. As Polygon points out, there isn’t a direct connection between the pattern and the game, but it gives the line a consistent feel.
As we’ve noted before, this isn’t an entirely surprising collaboration. It could help both Riot Games and Louis Vuitton reach audiences they wouldn’t otherwise. Louis Vuitton already makes apparel for traditional sports, like its FIFA line, and now that eSports have gone mainstream, this isn’t a huge leap. The prices might seem high to the uninitiated, but they’re in line with the price of other Louis Vuitton goods, and clearly, there’s a market for those.