Kim Jones leaves Louis Vuitton. Here's a look back at his top 10 fashion looks.

Kim Jones, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton men’s, took his final bow with the brand on Jan. 18 in Paris. Supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell joined hands with the designer for his farewell runway walk. According to Jones’s Instagram, the supermodels’ special cameo (at a menswear show) was a tribute to the Marc Jacobs-led Vuitton of the early 2000s, and a thank-you to Jacobs for giving Jones his entry there.

Joining Moss and Campbell was a sea of celebrity guests, who gave Jones a standing ovation. The Beckham family (including son Brooklyn Beckham, sporting a red-and-white monogrammed LV shirt) stood among a flurry of other fashion designers — including Virgil Abloh of Off-White and Olivier Rousteing of Balmain — who wanted to bid Jones adieu.

The designer became the artistic director of Louis Vuitton in 2011, with his first collection debuting for Spring/Summer 2012 to rave reviews. It had been inspired by Jones’s past travels to Africa with his family, which he exhibited by the mixture of khaki shorts and tan suiting alongside bright African printed scarves, matching tees, and plenty of sandals. “It is rare to see a designer step so perfectly into new shoes. But this debut collection could not be faulted. Its soul was the essence of Vuitton: travel,” wrote Suzy Menkes for the New York Times following the debut.

In 2017, Jones, who has become a figure for a streetwear-meets-luxury aesthetic, introduced the most sensational collaboration of his career — with Supreme. The collaborative collection sold out immediately, causing resale items to reach as high as $7,500 for a single hoodie.

There is no doubt that Jones will be missed at Louis Vuitton, but considering how quickly the fashion industry’s revolving door spins, this will certainly not be the last time we see of him.

Now take a look back at Jones’s most memorable fashion runway looks for the Parisian brand.

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<p>The men’s artistic director of Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones, takes his final walk following his catwalk show in Paris, joined by supermodels Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss. (Photo: Getty Images) </p>
Naomi Campbell, Kim Jones, and Kate Moss

The men’s artistic director of Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones, takes his final walk following his catwalk show in Paris, joined by supermodels Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss. (Photo: Getty Images)

<p>For Jones’s first collection for Louis Vuitton, a male model wore a look inspired by the designer’s travels to Africa and the Amazon, featuring khaki, sandals, and African prints. (Photo: Catwalking) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2012

For Jones’s first collection for Louis Vuitton, a male model wore a look inspired by the designer’s travels to Africa and the Amazon, featuring khaki, sandals, and African prints. (Photo: Catwalking)

<p>Model wears a nautical-inspired outfit featuring a fitted bomber jacket and white shorts, looking ready to set sail. (Photo: Getty Images) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2012

Model wears a nautical-inspired outfit featuring a fitted bomber jacket and white shorts, looking ready to set sail. (Photo: Getty Images)

<p>Model wears a black French beret, textured knit sweater, and black slacks. (Photo: Getty Images) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall/Winter 2012

Model wears a black French beret, textured knit sweater, and black slacks. (Photo: Getty Images)

<p>Model wears a smooth midnight blue velvet blazer with printed trousers and colorful weekender bag. <br> (Photo: Catwalking) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall/Winter 2013

Model wears a smooth midnight blue velvet blazer with printed trousers and colorful weekender bag.
(Photo: Catwalking)

<p>At Louis Vuitton, black-tie suiting is never simple. Here, a model wears an iridescent Louis Vuitton monogrammed blazer with metallic silver oxfords and shimmery bow tie. (Photo: Catwalking) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2014

At Louis Vuitton, black-tie suiting is never simple. Here, a model wears an iridescent Louis Vuitton monogrammed blazer with metallic silver oxfords and shimmery bow tie. (Photo: Catwalking)

<p>Model wears a bright-contrast orange, pink, and gray polo shirt with beige trousers, brown sneakers, and matching belt. (Photo: Catwalking) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2015

Model wears a bright-contrast orange, pink, and gray polo shirt with beige trousers, brown sneakers, and matching belt. (Photo: Catwalking)

<p>Model wears a deep-red matching pajama set, featuring a vibrant Asian-inspired motif. (Photo: Catwalking) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2016

Model wears a deep-red matching pajama set, featuring a vibrant Asian-inspired motif. (Photo: Catwalking)

<p>Model wears a silk white shirt with Jean Cocteau-inspired illustrations, sleek black trousers, and a chic skinny neck scarf. (Photo: Getty Images) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall/Winter 2016

Model wears a silk white shirt with Jean Cocteau-inspired illustrations, sleek black trousers, and a chic skinny neck scarf. (Photo: Getty Images)

<p>Here, front and center, is one of the many key accessories from the highly successful collaborative collection between Louis Vuitton and Supreme. (Photo: Catwalking) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall/Winter 2017

Here, front and center, is one of the many key accessories from the highly successful collaborative collection between Louis Vuitton and Supreme. (Photo: Catwalking)

<p>Another major item from the Louis Vuitton-Supreme collection is the monogrammed trunk juxtaposed with a very “hypebeast” style outfit: baseball cap, oversize sweater, baggy trousers, and crisp white sneakers. (Photo: Catwalking) </p>
Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall/Winter 2017

Another major item from the Louis Vuitton-Supreme collection is the monogrammed trunk juxtaposed with a very “hypebeast” style outfit: baseball cap, oversize sweater, baggy trousers, and crisp white sneakers. (Photo: Catwalking)

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