Explore Louis Vuitton's Fall-Winter 2019 leather goods in the Men's Style Guide.

    Navigate the Louis Vuitton Men's leather goods offer with the Style Guide feature. A selection of pieces is highlighted to complement three styles: classic, relaxed, and chic. This season's cross-body bags and backpacks are ideal companions for daily adventures, while the briefcases and document holders elevate the functional to the business chic.

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    With the LV Rainbow sunglasses, Louis Vuitton introduces a range of brightly-colored translucent designs for summer.

    Virgil Abloh's first Collection for Louis Vuitton, Men's Spring-Summer 2019, was an unforgettable celebration of the rainbow, from off-white to polychromatic. Inspired by this kaleidoscopic palette, this season's Men's Sunglasses Collection sees the launch of the new LV Rainbow model in two shapes, Square and Pilot. Universal and easy-to-wear, the translucent frames include the new Men's Louis Vuitton manuscript signature and the same trunk-inspired hinges seen on the runway.

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    The multi-talented model Karlie Kloss plays dress up with the iconic Louis Vuitton Capucines bag.

    Wherever your travels take you, from professional engagements to special occasions, there is a Louis Vuitton Capucines to elevate any look. Continually reimagined in various materials, colors, and designs, the New Classic handbag adds both timeless elegance and a fashion-forward edge. Karlie Kloss, the multi-talented model, and entrepreneur plays dress up with a selection of the latest Capucines bags while planning an upcoming trip. Whether it's time to be a “Boss Lady” or attend a black-tie event, Karlie Kloss can count on the Capucines to be a ready companion.

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    Louis Vuitton's mainstay luggage line Horizon continues its world tour with a stop in Hong Kong.

    After stops in Rio de Janeiro and Paris, Louis Vuitton heads to Hong Kong with the expanded line of Horizon luggage. Now including a new soft-shelled version, Horizon Soft, the innovative line of rolling luggage was designed by Marc Newson with 21st-century travellers in mind. Available in a wide range of sizes, finishes and colours, from classic Monogram and Damier canvases to colourful Epi leathers or thermoformed knit jacquard, there is a Horizon suitcase for every inclination and destination.

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    The six Capucines bags in the new Artycapucines Collection showcase both the six artist’s creativity as well as the innovation and savoir-faire of Louis Vuitton’s ateliers.

    Sam Falls’ Capucines began as a large original artwork that is reproduced in all its delicacy, depth, and texture using a jacquard weave, high-definition printing, and precise handmade embroidery. The bag’s beautifully worked fabric is accompanied by the natural simplicity of a mother-of-pearl logo and handle rings. 

    Urs Fischer’s “hanging sculpture” transforms his Capucines into a customizable work of art. The “blank canvas” of the bag’s white Taurillon leather comes with six hyper-realistic, hand-painted silicone pieces of fruit and vegetables, which can each be hung from the bag on a delicate gold-plated brass chain.

    Inspired by the flower on Louis Vuitton’s Monogram canvas, the patches on Nicholas Hlobo’s Capucines appear to have grown organically from its interior. Painstakingly attached with heavily worked embroidery, their blue tones and contrasting texture stand out against the bag’s smooth black exterior to create a beautiful, handmade hybrid object. 

    High-gloss Los Angeles life is transplanted to the most Parisian of bags in Alex Israel’s Capucines, which showcases the prodigious craft of Louis Vuitton’s ateliers. As the waves of deep, lustrously colored leather glisten, two decorative, yet functional surfboard fins rise from the interior: one has a comb attached, the other a mirror.  

    Nineteen types of leather – some upcycled from Louis Vuitton ateliers – are used in the remarkable patchwork that graces Tschabalala Self’s Capucines. The shapes, based upon her deconstruction of the House’s Monogram pattern, are attached using deliberately imperfect stitching to instigate an unconventional dialogue with the bag’s perfectly crafted exterior.

    The matte pink LV logo and playful giraffe charm are perfectly set off by the predominantly black and white body of Jonas Wood’s Capucines. This pattern, based upon a “landscape pot” painting of his, is first printed onto the bag’s exterior, before being embroidered with over 200,000 stitches to create an impression of rich tactile texture and depth. 

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