A LOOK, DECODED
The Louis Vuitton man is dressed to travel. Decoding a look that combines heritage with avant-garde.
The Neo-Bomber: An ultra-functional piece, both light and reversible. Over the heart, a print inspired by the antique Louis Vuitton delivery cars. A retro touch with a decidedly modern twist.
Victorious boots: The ultra-chic classic. Military-inspired boots in black glazed calf leather. With—and this makes all the difference—the famous Eclipse Monogram on the heel.
The spirit of Paris: navy blue, black, beige, and gray: These are the colors of Paris that inspired the collection, including these straight-leg twill pants made exclusively for Louis Vuitton in one of the oldest mills in England.
The silhouette: It was the Paris of yesterday and today that captivated Kim Jones. He immersed himself in the Maison Louis Vuitton archives: 162 years of heritage, 162 ways of being a man of one's time. Classics, with a touch of folly.
The breeziness of a sailor's bag, a black-on-black Monogram: this object of desire has all the finery an object of desire should.
The sailor's touch: Because Louis Vuitton is eternally linked to the art of travel, this men's bag is borrowed from a sailor's wardrobe. Practical and lightweight, it is like the famous Keepall but with distinctly masculine details - strap handles, an inventive leather zipper and a new Monogram, the Eclipse.
Absolute black: For the first time, our legendary Monogram, now in black on black. It was an idea that popped into Kim Jones' head after having seen the “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” exhibition, where a black leather trunk beckoned irresistibly. Hundreds of attemps were necessary to create the perfect black on black and now, here it is, the Monogram Eclipse, already a classic.