The Louis Vuitton women’s ready-to-wear collection indulges in some elegant role play. Our adventurous heroine switches between style personas, perfectly at home in a constantly moving world. Louis Vuitton explores the fascinating territory that is the contemporary woman – a woman with her sights set on the future.

    The essential of the men’s wardrobe with this leather goods selection.

    Among this selection, the Porte-Documents Voyage PM figures prominently. It is the heir of the house’s iconic Porte Document Voyage, which saw its first launch in 1934. Originally used to carry a blanket or a plaid, this first usage disappeared rapidly, and was progressively adopted for a daily and business usage, compact and versatile.

    New entry in the backpack category also bound to become a casual best seller, the Josh, is declined in Damier Graphite as well as Monogram Macassar, supple and lightweight for extra mobility.

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    An interview with Xavier Dolan, ambassador of the new advertising campaign.

    Building on a début campaign that unveiled the Ombré line of leather accessories, Xavier Dolan returns as the embodiment of the Louis Vuitton man.

    Shot by Alasdair McLellan, the campaign presents the Spring-Summer 2016 collection designed by Kim Jones, the Men’s Artistic Director of the Maison. Like a veritable global travel log, this collection recounts a journey to several destinations through various cultural references.

    "Artisanal techniques from Southeast Asia, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos come to the fore on “souvenir jackets” with refined embroidery, shirts with exotic prints and sportswear-inspired jackets with wide tri-color bands. Bags, shoes and accessories crafted in the iconic Epi and Taïga leathers offer the urban voyager new sobriety and sophistication."

    Discover the campaign and the full collection here.

    Video Xavier Dolan Ready to Wear SS16

    Fashion jewellery inspired by the letters of the alphabet.

    The LV & Me collection is inspired by the letters of the alphabet. The collection is introduced in a creative video with the song "My Alphabet" by Amanda Lear as soundtrack. Follow the robot, discover the meaning behind each letter and go even further with the experience by creating your own animated video and share it on social media platforms with the hashtag #LVandMe. Select your favourite letters and create a message or write a name to celebrate Valentine's Day!

    Discover the LV & Me collection here and create your own video!

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    The collaboration with director Xavier Dolan continues with this Spring-Summer 2016 campaign shot by Alasdair Mclellan.

    Louis Vuitton has again tapped actor and director Xavier Dolan as the image of its new advertising campaign for the Spring-Summer 2016 men’s wear collection.

    Since breaking out as an actor and director at 20 years old with his first feature-length film J’ai tué ma mere, Xavier Dolan has become a central figure in the film industry. His fifth feature, Mommy (2014), won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014. This year, Xavier Dolan will present his sixth film, Juste la fin du monde, with Léa Seydoux, Marion Cotillard, Vincent Cassel, Gaspard Ulliel and Nathalie Baye. In July 2016, he will begin filming his first English-language film, The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, with Jessica Chastain, Kit Harington, Kathy Bates and Susan Sarandon.

    Discover the interview as well as the full collection here

    Photography Xavier Dolan Ready to Wear SS16