For his 7th collection, men’s style director Kim Jones, unveils the new Louis Vuitton’ sartorial elegance made for travellers from all around the world. Perfect key silhouettes will walk down the catwalk once again within the magnificent glass structure of the Parc André Citroën.
Stay tuned to view the collection plus additional contents Here.
Discover Louis Vuitton’s menswear fashion show, live on June 26th at 8.30 pm Hong Kong time.
For his 7th collection, men’s style director Kim Jones, unveils the new Louis Vuitton’ sartorial elegance made for travellers from all around the world. Perfect key silhouettes will walk down the catwalk once again within the magnificent glass structure of the Parc André Citroën.Fashion Show Kim Jones Ready to Wear Live
Louis Vuitton publishes two new titles in its “Travel Book” collection. In this edition famous Japanese Manga Artist Jirô Taniguchi imagines a story at the very heart of Venice.
Jirô Taniguchi was born in 1947 in the small southern Japanese town of Tottori, famous for its sand dunes. An avid reader of manga, as a teenager he discovered gekiga, whose realistic style strongly influenced his artistic development. In this travel book dedicated to Venice, Taniguchi conveys acute sensitivity and deep poetry. The subtle harmony of the narration suffuses this refinement with a degree of nostalgia.
The Louis Vuitton “Travel Book” collection is an invitation to real and virtual voyages, offering a contemporary vision of travel. In its pages, the illustrations of renowned artists and promising young talents tell the stories of the cities and countries they have visited, depicting each place’s varied architecture and special light, and recording the passing days and the lives of its people.
For each new title, a numbered and signed limited edition is available in select Louis Vuitton stores. View the collection Here.Venice Collaboration Illustration Books
The Emprise collection of watches and fine jewellery perfectly integrates within the Parisian style atmosphere found in this year’s Michelle Williams ad campaign.
The rigorous styling of this collection falls within an aristocratic lineage, imbued with a purely Parisian heritage. The severe outlines of the volumes and the precious stone assemblies with their myriad reflections reproduce the magnificent perspectives created in Paris by Baron Haussmann during the 19th century, and the long procession of salons and interplay of mirrors found in the rich townhouses around the Parc Monceau. Gold tassels that tremble at the slightest movement recall the Haute Couture and gaiety of Second Empire festivities.
On this visual, a graphic and delicate yellow gold watch from the new Emprise collection is worn by Michelle Williams to discover HERE along with the entire collection.Ad Campaign Watches & Jewellery Photography Michelle Williams
Captivating and mysterious, Michelle Williams brings a new facet to feminity within Louis Vuitton’s latest advertising campaign featuring the Lockit Fine Jewellery collection.
A modern symbol of attachment for lovers all over the world, the padlock is one of Louis Vuitton’s iconic signatures, from the Steamer, the Maison’s first bag to be closed with a padlock, to the new Lockit jewellery collection.
Hooked on as a clasp on the bracelets, cuffing the beloved’s wrist, the padlock represents the ultimate step of attachment. While worn as a pendant, it becomes a symbol of freedom, swaying along a chain next to a set of keys, like love that has broken free of convention.
Available in rose, yellow or white gold, a version is adorned in diamonds with an accompanying white gold key.
Discover the Lockit Fine Jewellery collection Here.Ad Campaign Fine Jewellery Photography Michelle Williams
The Icon And The Iconoclasts is a special project instigated by Louis Vuitton to celebrate the iconic Monogram.
Six renowned and creative iconoclasts, Frank Gehry, Rei Kawakubo, Karl Lagerfeld, Christian Louboutin, Marc Newson and Cindy Sherman, have each been given carte blanche to create a personally inspired bag and/or a piece of luggage, using the iconic Monogram while keeping with the brand’s spirit of innovation, collaboration and daring.
Spanning, blurring and redefining the disciplines of art, architecture and design, this diverse and extraordinary group has created a unique collection.
The project itself was initiated by Delphine Arnault, Executive Vice President of Louis Vuitton and Nicolas Ghesquière, Louis Vuitton’s Artistic Director of Women’s Collections.
“When we talked with Nicolas Ghesquière about the extraordinary talents we would like to approach we simply went to those who are among the best in their fields,” says Delphine Arnault. “We were interested in people who work with their minds and their hands. I thought it was so interesting – and fun! – to have all of these different points of view on the Monogram. It is inspiring to see how they envision things, to see their perspectives. This is a group of geniuses.”
“Monogram is timeless, yet with this project we wanted to celebrate it in a way that defied the conventions of ‘classic’ says Michael Burke, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Louis Vuitton.
These very exclusive and limited editions will be available in selected Louis Vuitton stores worldwide from mid-October 2014. "The Icon and The Iconoclasts: The Celebration of Monogram" launch event will take place in New York City on November 7th, 2014.