Powered by Positive Luxury, Louis Vuitton was awarded the Butterfly Mark for excellence across areas of innovation, social and environmental practices, governance, and philanthropy.

    Since 1854 when Louis Vuitton was founded, the name has become synonymous with savoir-faire and visionary design. As it has travelled through time, the brand has continually embraced the notions of innovation, collaboration and daring, challenging the boundaries between craftsmanship, art and design.

    “Great design, sustainability and a great business do go hand in hand,” says our CEO Michael Burke, describing how sustainability is integral to our business.

    In 2018, Louis Vuitton was awarded the Butterfly Mark, powered by Positive Luxury, for excellence across areas of innovation, social and environmental practices, governance, and philanthropy. 

    Founded in 2011, Positive Luxury celebrates brands that act with a deep respect for our world and generations to come. They provide transparency through the interactive Butterfly Mark, showcasing luxury brands who are proactively taking the lead on sustainability, enabling people to buy better.

    To explore Louis Vuitton’s sustainability achievements, visit its exclusive page on Positive Luxury


    Every weekend from October 20th to November 25th, la Galerie will reopen its doors to the public.

    The Asnières atelier is a pivotal location. Barely five years after founding Louis Vuitton, Louis himself began to outgrow his Parisian headquarters. In 1859, he relocated the new workshop to Asnières, a village a few kilometers northwest of Paris. 

    This new atelier was built in the ethereal Eiffel style, combining glass and steel. The exceptional savoir-faire of the Asnières artisans is such that, even today, key pieces are created here: rigid trunks, designs in rare or exotic leathers, special orders. 

    Visit Asnières to discover the intimate aspects of Louis Vuitton’s history, its ties with the ateliers, and admire in detail the presence of the Louis Vuitton universe in every creation.

    Book your visit at la Galerie Asnières here.

    Asnières Galerie

    An overview of the celebrities attending the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2019 show in Paris

    Louis Vuitton hosted numerous guests during its women’s fashion show held inside the Louvre Museum. Celebrities such as Alicia Vikander, Cate Blanchett, Lea Seydoux, Catherine Deneuve, Sophie Turner, Joe Jonas, Isabelle Huppert, Adele Exarchopoulos, Laura Harrier, Marina Foïs, Justin Theroux, Shailene Woodley, Amandla Stenberg, Nina Dobrev, Paul Bettany, Thandie Newton, Luke Evans, Urassaya Sperbund, Kelela, Spike Lee, Woodkid, Doona Bae, Mark Ronson, Camelia Jordana, Shu Qi, Hidetoshi Nakata, Zhong Chu Xi, Zhu Yilong, Natalia Vodianova, Rila Fukushima are among those who attended the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2019 show designed by Women’s Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière.

    Nicolas Ghesquière Ready to Wear Fashion Show Photography

    Nomadic travellers in the spotlight for the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2019 Show

    With a play on graphics and volumes, a series of conquering silhouettes set off on an adventure of pure sartorial exploration around the Cour Carrée in the Louvre Museum in Paris. Futuristic graphics contrasted with colorful floral prints and classic Monogram, contributing to a multi-layered allure.

    In this highlights video, discover the new Women’s Collection, composed of souvenirs of expeditions to faraway lands.

    A vision of the future as imagined by Nicolas Ghesquière.

    Invitation Fashion Show Ready to Wear Nicolas Ghesquière

    A closer look at the new collection

    Shortly after nightfall on Tuesday October 2nd, in the heart of the Louvre Palace in Paris, a brightly illuminated promenade sets the stage for the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2019 Show. This season, Nicolas Ghesquière embarked on an adventure of pure sartorial exploration, transporting us to a totally new, imagined world. 

    Classicism counterbalances exotic locales; the refinement of savoir-faire contrasts with the hardiness of nomadic equipment. The clothes’ reliefs create panoramas unto themselves; the confrontation of colours and motifs recount a tale of adventure. This absolute voyager conveys a world she has made her own. The Louis Vuitton House crosses and blends territories, creating an illusion of ideal geography.

    Futuristic graphics contrasted with colourful floral prints and classic Monogram contribute to a multi-layered allure. The Maison's savoir-faire was evident in the details such as precise tailoring, sequin-embroidered mesh, and exaggerated sleeve constructions. Reinterpretations of Louis Vuitton luggage abounded, including top handled, suitcase-inspired handbags and exotic-skinned Petite Malles.

    Invitation Fashion Show Nicolas Ghesquière