• THESE PRECIOUS OBJECTS OF DESIRE

    Photo lab, go-anywhere desk, tea case... there’s nothing a trunk can’t do! Patrick-Louis Vuitton remembers the savoir-faire passed down by his grandfather, Gaston-Louis, and the extraordinarily extravagant pieces fashioned for the happy few in the Asnières workshops. He looks back on three of these very special orders.
  • DESTINATION: GRAND PALAIS

    The Grand Palais in Paris is playing host to an ambitious Louis Vuitton retrospective. Exhibition curator Olivier Saillard selected seven icons and analyzed their design.
  • DESIGN ME…

    From sketch to catwalk, Louis Vuitton shares the making-of secrets from Nicolas Ghesquière’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection.
  • PAST PRESENT FUTURE

    Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest collection is photographed at the Vuitton family home in Asnières – a historic setting for an utterly contemporary silhouette.
  • LONDON CALLING

    Oxford Street, March 1885. With the opening of the first Louis Vuitton store in the United Kingdom, Georges Vuitton yearned for the trunk “à la française” to supplant its English counterpart. Today, Kim Jones revisits British sartorial traditions with men’s collections made to stroll through the streets of London.