The new Louis Vuitton campaign starring Karlie Kloss and Kris Wu unveils Horizon Soft, the latest luggage collection designed by Marc Newson.

    Following his first breakthrough hard case luggage collection for Louis Vuitton, Marc Newson has once again pushed the boundaries of travel design with his new Horizon Soft rolling luggage. With the goal of maximizing interior volume while minimizing weight, two essential elements when traveling, the design uses an innovative outer-shell made of thermo-formed 3D knit. The result is an incredibly lightweight and eye-catching double-sided jacquard featuring Newson's interpretation of Louis Vuitton's Monogram. Through an innovative process tailored to Louis Vuitton's specifications, a custom technical yarn is seamlessly knit into a single piece that is given a water repellant treatment and then heat-formed to shape.

    To introduce the new collection, Karlie Kloss and Kris Wu embody the sense of freedom at the heart of Louis Vuitton's historic Spirit of Travel. Lightweight, yet strong and resistant, the new Horizon Soft offers an unparalleled experience for modern frequent travelers.

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    Luggage Horizon The Spirit of Travel Karlie Kloss Kris Wu

    The final chapter of the Men's Spring-Summer 2019 Campaign, photographed by Raimond Wouda.

    For the Men’s Spring-Summer 2019 Campaign, Artistic Director Virgil Abloh continues to illuminate the values established in his debut collection in final of his three-part campaign. Titled "School Teens" and shot by the Dutch photographer Raimond Wouda, the campaign depicts the formative communication between teenagers in group situations fundamental to the evolvement of a man from boyhood into adulthood. Students dressed in block-colour t-shirts evoke the Spring-Summer 2019 Louis Vuitton show for which Virgil Abloh invited 1500 young students clad in similar garments to form the colour spectrum of a rainbow.

    A contemporary take on the 'schuttersstukken' of the Dutch Baroque, the images were photographed around schools in Los Angeles and observe the interactive culture specific to our teenage years: the desire to belong, contrasted by the need for individuality. In constant evolution with the times, this age-particular tension between uniformity and diversity paves the way for a man's future understanding of his own identity, wardrobe, and what that means.

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    Menswear Virgil Abloh Spring-summer

    As one of Louis Vuitton's most recognizable designs, the Twist has once again been refreshed with new colors and finishes.

    Timeless sophistication, with a Twist. Thanks to its signature LV Twist Lock, rich Epi leather, and versatile design, the Louis Vuitton Twist bag has quickly become a pillar of the Maison's New Classics.  This spring, new models combining multiple materials enliven the collection of iconic bags.

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    Twist Nicolas Ghesquière

    The new LV Trainers are Virgil Abloh's first sneakers for Louis Vuitton.

    First unveiled last year on the runway, Virgil Abloh’s first sneakers for Louis Vuitton have become one of the most highly anticipated elements of the Men’s Spring-Summer 2019 Collection.  The basketball-inspired LV Trainers combine vintage lines and Louis Vuitton signatures, all with the outstanding quality of Italian shoemaking savoir-faire. Available in three models from low to high-top and primary various colorways, the LV Trainers embody of Virgil Abloh’s desire to design articles for Louis Vuitton that capture the spirit of the times while remaining timeless.

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    Virgil Abloh Men Shoes

    A closer look at Nicolas Ghesquière's Fall-Winter 2019 Collection presented at the Louvre in Paris.

    The vibrant “sartorial melting pot” that has emerged in the area surrounding the Centre Pompidou in Paris was Nicolas Ghesquière’s primary inspiration for his Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter Collection. Through the combination of graphic juxtapositions, the clashing of cultural references, and the multiplicity of expressions, the Artistic Director follows in the footsteps of Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, the museum’s architects, by deliberately inviting lively debate.

    Notable details include colorful re-interpretations of Louis Vuitton signatures such as with the Mini Luggage BB bag, as well as the application of the classic Monogram to novel forms as is the case with the playful Art Folder. Leather caps and flat square belt buckles on many of the models contribute to the overall celebration of the stylistic eclecticism of the decades that have passed since the Centre Pompidou’s founding in 1977. 

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    Fashion Show Nicolas Ghesquière Fall-Winter