FrontRunners: Inked Well

    Tat­tooist and artist Scott Campbell, of Brook­lyn, N.Y., has lent his interpretations of classic patterns and animal symbols from the Chinese zodiac to a collection of Louis Vuitton sportswear and accessories (www.louisvuitton.com). Campbell, whose body-art clients include Louis Vuitton creative director Marc Jacobs, has created patterns for spring shirts, trousers, scarves, and the $7,150 limited-edition leather weekender shown here.

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