Wide open spaces of America have inspired the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2014 menswear collection featuring the Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts and the new Damier Cobalt line.

    In this film, 2013 César awarded most promising male actor, Matthias Schoenaerts shares his views on acting, traveling and personal experiences: “I think it’s human nature to look for what is comfortable… It’s very important to break boundaries for yourself in order to grow… you look for people that take you away from your comfort zone, keep an open mind and keep on dreaming, ... stay curious.”

    The campaign shot by Mikael Jansson presents the Damier Cobalt leather goods unveiled at the last Fall/Winter 2014-2015 show, notably the Keepall 55 Band bag, now available in stores along with all products.

    Discover these must-haves HERE.

    Tags Leather Goods, Video, Ad Campaign


    The Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2014 Men’s collection captures the freedom of the American road trip, from East to the West, and specifically designed for modern travelers.

    “The clothing should have that do-what-you-want attitude. It’s the changing environment from city to forest to desert.” says Kim Jones, Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Studio and Style Director. He adapted the iconography of classic American sportswear, workwear, and formalwear to create a chic eclectic allure, always on the road.

    Icons of American pop and clothing culture are transposed in the form of a Perfecto jacket with Gaston V tuffetage, pied-de-poule checked slim pants, Japanese kimono silk blouson, tie-dyed military parka, custom Louis Vuitton Bandana print patchwork or perforated Damier caramel Nomade leather bag.

    Tags Video, Ready to Wear, Leather Goods, Kim Jones


    Take a stroll within the 2014 Valentine’s Small Leather Goods collection for Men and Women, to treat yourself to a gift.

    Sophisticated ladies will taste the delights of a chain wallet, glossy as a candy in Monogram Vernis leather, or a hearted-shape coin purse in Indian rose Sweet Monogram and red Vernis key pouch with an evocative name such as Pomme d’Amour.

    Gentlemen travellers will appreciate a comprehensive catalogue offering wallets and organizers according to functional needs: long or pocket size, number of credit cards, coin, bill or ticket compartments, with or without zipper, by range of materials and colours, etc.
    To add icing on the cake, you will ravish your loved ones with these small little gifts with maximum impact.

    Discover the Valentine’s collection below:


    Tags Small Leather Goods, Animation


    Discover the men’s wardrobe through the lens of three modern adventurers.

    Follow the path of three characters in the midst of their respective passions, in Florence, la Havana or at the heart of Canada’s deepest forest. From one bag to the other, we discover a cinematographer in Italy on the tail of great directors’ work, an oceanographer gathering data and other artefacts in the middle of the Cuban island and lastly a modern day herbalist in his personal retreat, a remote cabin hidden in the Canadian forest.

    Louis Vuitton’s men bag collections feature three iconic models that compose the “essentials” for a man’s wardrobe. Created for different occasions and usages, their versatility allows them to be reinvented by each individual to suit his own needs.  In this new animation, dive in the life of these adventurers.

    Discover more HERE.

    Tags Leather Goods, Men, Video


    Discover the House’s new window displays inspired directly from Gaston-Louis Vuitton’s original sketches and adapted here for the 21st century.

    Gaston-Louis has been described as a visionary as well as an aesthete, a man of his time while turned towards the future. One of his diverse and multiple interests was the conception and creation of windows displays. In a time where store windows were reinvented every week, his passion combined with grasping the aesthetic of the twenties allowed him to imagine numerous displays from a graphic and geometric standpoint; a series of modern sceneries that still feel relevant today in 2014.

    In 1925 he wrote an essay for the publication Vendre on this matter: “The art of creating a window display fall both within a sharp sense of architecture and the skills of a stage director”.
    He finishes the piece on a more poetic note: “The picturesque streets of the older days with its curious boutiques are now gone forever. While the 19th century street was quite dull, a wind of change seems to be blowing in this new century: the shopkeeper transformed his front window into a magnificent and modern façade. Let’s turn the street into a cheerful space (…). By our daily renewed efforts let’s draw the passer-by, let’s give him a reason to dawdle, to stroll!”

    Tags Gaston Louis Vuitton, Windows, Now and Then