• LAUREN SANTO DOMINGO AND HER CAPUCINES

    A day in the life of the Louis Vuitton Capucines bag, with Lauren Santo Domingo, the famed fashion entrepreneur.

    From morning to night, Louis Vuitton's Capucines serves as a perfect companion to modern sophisticates. Continually reimagined in various materials, colors, and designs, the New Classic handbag can bring both timeless elegance a fashion-forward edge to any outfit and any occasion. Lauren Santo Domingo, prominent fashion entrepreneur and tastemaker, showcases a selection of the latest Capucines models in this peek into her daily life in New York City, from commuting in style to heading on a night out.

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    Capucines New Classics Day in the Life
  • ARNAULT FAMILY AND THE LVMH GROUP DONATE TO NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS

    In the wake of the Notre-Dame de Paris fire, the Arnault Family and LVMH Group commit 200 million euros for the reconstruction of the extraordinary cathedral.

    Louis Vuitton is proud to be a part of the LVMH Group, which, along with the Arnault Family, is committed to assisting with the reconstruction of this extraordinary cathedral, symbol of France, its heritage and its unity. Together they will donate 200 million euros to the fund dedicated to the reconstruction of this architectural work.

    In the meantime, the LVMH Group offers its teams – including creative, architectural and financial specialists - to help the State and relevant authorities with the long work of reconstruction and fundraising.

    LVMH Arnault Family
  • TAMBOUR ICONS IN MONOGRAM AND DAMIER  

    Louis Vuitton unveils new models of the Maison's original timepiece: the timeless Tambour watch.

    Back in 2001, Louis Vuitton made its watchmaking debut with the Tambour, an unprecedented timepiece that integrates all of the Maison's values into its design - from the Louis Vuitton letters engraved on its case to the yellow second hand like the waxed thread used in the Maison's classic bags. Beyond multiple references, the Tambour model has come to symbolize Louis Vuitton's core identity, it represents a signature that combines a timeless look with renewed technical performance.

    Today, this iconic model has been revisited in a collection of four new timepieces: the Tambour Monogram, available in three sizes, and the Tambour Damier Graphite. These models build on the historic case with new dials that faithfully reproduce the Monogram and Damier Graphite canvases thanks to the skilled craftsmanship of the dial experts at La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton in Geneva. Driven by a quartz movement, the new Tambours are fitted with interchangeable straps – featuring Louis Vuitton’s innovative patented system that allows wearers to easily swap out the straps to suit the occasion and invent their own style.

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    Tambour Timepieces Monogram Damier
  • HELP CHILDREN AFFECTED BY CYCLONE IDAI

    Louis Vuitton supports UNICEF who is on the ground working to meet the immediate needs of affected children and their families in the wake of the Cyclone Idai.

    On March 14th, 2019, Tropical Cyclone Idai made its deadly assault on Mozambique and neighboring countries. Today, 1.5 million children are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance, like Aruminda and her little brother Antonio, settled in a camp for displaced people in Mozambique.

    Please consider supporting UNICEF’s efforts to provide critical support to affected families.

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  • OBJETS NOMADES AT FUORISALONE 2019 IN MILAN

    Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades collection is exclusively presented at Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan during Fuorisalone 2019.

    Since its launch in 2012, the Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades has grown into a collection forty-five limited-edition travel-inspired objects imagined by some of the world's most renowned designers: Barber&Osgerby, Campana Brothers, André Fu, Damien Langlois-Meurinne, Nendo, Gwenaël Nicolas, Raw Edges, Patricia Urquiola, Marcel Wanders, India Mahdavi, Tokujin Yoshioka, and, most recently, Atelier Biagetti and Zanellato/Bortotto. Louis Vuitton has unveiled the latest additions to the collection at the Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan during Fuorisalone 2019. 

    Among the new pieces is Anemona by Milan-based Atelier Biagetti, which is a remarkable, glass-topped dining table with undulating base covered in soft beige leather. The italian duo Zanellato/Bortotto makes its debut with Mandala, a tripartite screen of intricately woven leather inspired by nomadic craftmanship. A new selection of inventive, poetic work from established Objets Nomades designers includes the Campana Brothers' Bulbo, a cosy seat that transports the sitter in a cocoon-like tropical flower of leather and soft fabric. The duo Raw Edges’ Dolls are a set of joyously playful, endlessly customizable chairs that, like traditional Louis Vuitton trunks, can be hand-painted with unique designs. Marcel Wanders enriches the collection with four new objects: the beguiling pair of Diamond Sofa and Armchair with their bases of intertwined ash and rich leather upholstery; Venezia, a lamp inspired by traditional Venetian lanterns; and Diamond Vase, made of red, handblown Murano glass. India Mahdavi brings her lacquered Talisman tray, with its “benevolent eye” design, while Tokujin Yoshioka presents the Monogram pattern-inspired Blossom Vase, made of heavy, handcrafted Murano glass.

    Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades
    Palazzo Serbelloni
    Corso Venezia 16, Milan, Italy
    April 9th - 10th from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM
    April 11th - 14th from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

    Discover more about the Objets Nomades collection here

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