• LES OBJETS NOMADES AND LES PETITS NOMADES

    Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades are now available along with the launch of the smaller-scale Les Petits Nomades.

    The ever-growing Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection of limited-edition collectible furniture is now available online for the first time. Inspired by this hallmark initiative, Louis Vuitton has also launched the Petits Nomades collection of smaller-scale objects. As functional and beautiful interpretations of the Maison’s refined and inspiring design, the decorative objects are signed by some of the world's most renowned designers. 

    Humberto & Fernando Campana contributed the leather-covered metal Tropicalist Vase, while Patricia Urquiola created the leather Overlay Bowl and Marcel Wanders designed two Diamond Mirrors. Atelier Oï explored properties of leather with their Origami Flower, Leather Rosace Vase and Tray, and Flower Field Cushion.

    Innovative and inventive, poetic and elegant, each object is an invitation to take home or share the gift of a unique blend of a designer’s creative vision and the House’s savoir-faire and innovative craftsmanship.

    Explore both Les Objets Nomades and Les Petits Nomades collections online now.

    Tags Objets Nomades, Petits Nomades, Designers, Home Decor

  • PARIS PHOTO x LOUIS VUITTON PUBLISHING

    On the occasion of Paris Photo (November 8 to 11), Louis Vuitton invites you to discover its publications and pop-up bookstore located on the left-hand side of the Grand Palais stairway of honour.

    With its City Guide and Fashion Eye Series, Louis Vuitton explores photographic creation while celebrating the Art of Travel.

    Both mirroring trends and setting the standard, with great attention to cosmopolitan transformation, the Louis Vuitton City Guide has explored the most magnetic metropoles for nearly twenty years. Today thirty cities have been revealed through unexpected perspectives on fashion, design, well-being, contemporary art, gastronomy and culture.  Original photographs illustrate the Louis Vuitton City Guide, a vision entrusted to the photography collective Tendance Floue, who reinforce the singular point of view represented in these tomes. Patrick Tourneboeuf is the author of the photographs featured in the 2019 Paris City Guide, as French photographer Françoise Huguier shares her favourite addresses this year. During Paris Photo, the digital version of the Paris City Guide is available for free on the App Store.

    With Fashion Eye, its series of photography books, Louis Vuitton evokes a city, a region or a country, seen through the eyes of a fashion photographer. Title after title, a broad compendium of perspectives emerges, one that shifts with the destinations, including urban panoramas and natural landscapes, scenes of local life, and more contemplative work. Fashion Eye creates an unprecedented dialogue between emerging talents, seasoned photographers and fashion photography legends.

    On November 9th and 10th, several photographs of the Fashion Eye series will sign their books at the Paris Photo x Louis Vuitton pop-up bookstore.

    Friday, November 9

    15h : Kourtney Roy (Fashion Eye California)
    16h : Harley Weir (Fashion Eye Iran)
    17h : Kishin Shinoyama (Fashion Eye Silk Road

    Saturday, November 10

    14h : Vincent Van de Wijingaard (Fashion Eye Morocco)
    15h : Quentin de Briey (Fashion Eye Bali)
    16h : Paul Rousteau (Fashion Eye Geneva)
    17h : Oliviero Toscani (Fashion Eye Cretto Di Burri)

    Discover the travel books by Louis Vuitton

    Tags City Guide, App, Books, Travel, Fashion Eye, Paris Photo

  • FASHION EYE SERIES OF PHOTOGRAPHY BOOKS

    Synonymous with the art of travel since 1854, Louis Vuitton is adding another five titles to its Fashion Eye series of photography books.

    This fall, five photographers invite us to travel to new horizons: Cretto di Burri by Olivier Toscani, Iran by Harley Weir, Geneva by Paul Rousteau, Silk Road by Kishin Shinoyama and Bali by Quentin de Briey. Each book evokes a city, a region or a country, seen through the eyes of a fashion photographer. 

    As the most recent addition to the Éditions Louis Vuitton line-up, Fashion Eye brings a new dimension to the range of Travel Books conceived by the luxury house. After the City Guides offering a refreshing and offbeat perspective on familiar and less familiar metropolises, and the Travel Books rekindling the idea of the artist’s notebook, with this third collection travel photography indirectly showcases fashion, thanks to the talents of photographers most often noted for their work in this field.

    Discover the Fashion Eye series of photography books here.

    Tags Books, Travel, Photography

  • LOUIS VUITTON CITY GUIDE NEW EDITION

    The new editions unfurls the travel experience

    With an established catalogue of 30 cities, in both print and digital version, the LOUIS VUITTON CITY GUIDE has establish itself as the indispensable companion to the discerning traveler.

    A unique trailblazer highlighting the latest trends, each guide speaks as readily to flâneurs as to business travelers, or even local residents.

    Since 1998, Louis Vuitton has instilled its nomadic nature into its City Guides and proposed a selection that is as specialized as it is individual. 

    Completely updated, Paris is enriched this year with new addresses, following in the wake of Bangkok, Chicago, Istanbul, Los Angeles, Madrid, Miami, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Shanghai and Venice.

    This year discover a new city in the catalog: Madrid!

    The digital version of the Paris City Guide is available for free on the App Store. The digital version of the Shanghai City Guide will be available for free on the App Store from November 15, 2018 to February 1, 2019.

    An invitation to discover the most fascinating cities in the world.

    Discover the City Guide universe
    Download on the App Store

    Tags City Guide, Application, Books, Travel

  • EGON SCHIELE & JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT AT FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON

    From opposite ends of the 20th century, from Vienna to New York, the lives and works of Egon Schiele and Jean-Michel Basquiat are fascinating for their fleetingness and their intensity.

    EGON SCHIELE
    Egon Schiele’s work is indissociable from the Viennese spirit of the early 20th century. In just a few years, his drawing emerged as one of the peaks of expressionism.
    The exhibition brings together some 100 works: drawings, gouaches, and paintings. Among them, « Self-Portrait with a Chinese Lantern Plant » (1912), on loan from the Leopold Museum (Vienna), “Pregnant Woman and Death” (1911), from the Národní gallery (Poland), “Portrait of the Artist’s Wife Seated, Holding Her Right Leg” (1917) from the Morgan Library & Museum (New York), “Standing Nude with Blue Sheet” (1914) from the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg, “Seated Male Nude” (1910) from the Neue Galerie New York, and “Self-Portrait” (1912) from the National Gallery of Art, Washington.

    BASQUIAT
    The work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most significant painters of the 20th century, is spread over four levels of Frank Gehry’s building.
    The exhibition covers the painter’s whole career, from 1980 to 1988, focusing on 120 defining works. With the Heads from 1981-1982, gathered for the first time here, and the presentation of several collaborations between Basquiat and Warhol, the exhibition includes works previously unseen in Europe, essential works such as "Obnoxious Liberals" (1982), "In Italian" (1983), and "Riding with Death" (1988), as well as paintings which have rarely been seen since their first presentations during the artist’s lifetime, such as "Offensive Orange" (1982), "Untitled (Boxer)" (1982), and "Untitled (Yellow Tar and Feathers)" (1982).

    From 3 October 2018 to 14 January 2019

    Jean-Michel Basquiat, Arroz con pollo, 1981. Courtesy The Brant Foundation, Greenwich, Connecticut, États-Unis © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat Licensed by Artestar, New York

    One ticket to experience two exhibitions

    Tags Fondation Louis Vuitton, Exhibition, Schiele, Basquiat