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The Louis Vuitton expands its collections of City Guides with six new destinations added to the worldwide lineup.
Now covering twenty-one of the world's greatest cities, Louis Vuitton adds the cities of Berlin, Istanbul, Milan, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore and Shanghai to its collection of City Guides. In addition, there will be a fresh look at Paris in the company of architect Frank Gehry.
Since 1998, Louis Vuitton has been sharing its unique perspective of the world through its City Guides which offer a hand-picked selection of addresses in each destination. Each guide includes the participation of a special guest contributor, who all speak from their personal experience in their home cities: a first person singular initiation to the city.
The Louis Vuitton City Guides can be purchased individually or as a box set including any 5 destinations among the 21 in the entire collection.
Fashion capitals: London, Milan, New York, Paris, Tokyo
Important centers for contemporary art: London, Miami, New York, São Paulo, Venice
Beach cities: Cape Town, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Sydney
Business cities: London, Hong Kong, New York, Singapore, Tokyo
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Discover the selection from this Summer 2015 shoe collection, shot by Roe Ethridge.
This season, the inspirations ranged from graphic shapes and shiny accessories for trendy looks, to subtle work on natural materials and fabrics for more of a relaxed style.
The Flat Loafer is a revamp of the iconic Oxford loafer, declined in a rich version thanks to the amazing patchwork of sequins and jewel-like beads on the upper part of the shoe. We find a similar patchwork of jewels on the Sneakers Boots as well as the Sandal with its heel inspired from the FW14 Show.
New York based photographer Roe Ethridge captured the essence of this collection through the prism of the Artful Jewel theme.
Browse the whole collection here
Louis Vuitton hosted a cocktail to celebrate the re-opening of the 22 avenue Montaigne Store
Named after Michel de Montaigne, a writer of the French Renaissance, the Avenue Montaigne is considered to be la grande dame of French streets for luxury and fashion. Designed in the spirit of an elegant Parisian apartment and decorated in fine materials with original artworks by contemporary artists, the store hosted a cocktail party on Monday December 15th to celebrate the re-opening.
Photographer Saskia Lawaks captured moments and the highlight of the evening: a concert by legendary New-York band Blondie.
More info on the store here.Stores Event Photography Avenue Montaigne Personalisation
Focusing on ultimate personalisation and private brand experiences, the Maison stays true to its tradition of offering personal services.
This holiday season, Louis Vuitton unveils its newly renovated store on the Avenue Montaigne in the heart of Paris. Decorated in fine materials with original artworks by contemporary artists, the new environment designed by architect Peter Marino allows clients to experience a unique, personalised shopping experience.
The Maison’s tradition of excellence in high quality leather craftsmanship is the foundation for its newly enhanced personalization service. Since 1854, Louis Vuitton has offered clients made-to-order and personalization services. This service, called Haute Maroquinerie proposes leather goods in an array of shapes, materials, colors, linings and finishings: the selection is so varied that each handbag is certain to be unique.
Hand-painted initials and motifs are also available for hard-sided luggage, while hot stamping is possible for selected pieces and small leather accessories. Tailoring, the new men’s permanent collection for business and travel, as well as made-to-order shoes and belts round out the store’s personalised offer.
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