Louis Vuitton is heading to Kyoto, Japan, for its Cruise Collection which will be held on Sunday 14th May.

    Louis Vuitton has long enjoyed a unique and steadfast relationship with Japan, founded on the principles of tradition and modernity.
    In the days leading up to the Louis Vuitton Cruise Show 2018, the House takes you on an breathtaking journey through the Miho Museum south-east of Kyoto. An architectural voyage that will transport you into a tangled web of nature, geographical greatness and a unique architectural vision.

    View the runway show on louisvuitton.com, and discover additional insider content on Louis Vuitton's Instagram Stories feed and the House's official social media pages.

    Tags Instagram, Fashion Show, Ready to wear, Cruise, Kyoto, Nicolas Ghesquière


    Jeff Koons is the latest artist to collaborate with Louis Vuitton on the creation of a range of new products, bringing his ‘Gazing Ball Paintings’ to Louis Vuitton bags.

    One of the most widely recognized figures in contemporary art, New York-based artist Jeff Koons has brought imagery from his recent ‘Gazing Ball Paintings’ – a series of large-scale hand-painted reproductions of works by the Old Masters – to a range of Louis Vuitton products.

    His re-creations of masterpieces by da Vinci, Titian, Rubens, Fragonard and Van Gogh have been transposed on to such iconic Louis Vuitton bags as the Speedy, the Keepall and the Neverfull.  From 12th to 24th May, visit the MASTERS Pop Up at Pacific Place Garden Court, LG1, and experience the Old Masters in novel ways.

    LOUIS VUITTON MASTERS - A collaboration with Jeff Koons
    Pacific Place Garden Court, Level LG 1
    88 Queensway, Hong Kong

    Hours of Operation:
    10:30am - 8:30pm Monday- Sunday

    Explore the collection further HERE.

    Tags Jeff Koons, Collaboration, Artists, Art


    Louis Vuitton presents the new women’s spring summer sunglasses collection featuring Michelle Williams

    Michelle Williams, friend of the House, wears models from the new women’s sunglasses collection on these images shot by Gordon Von Steiner.

    A perfect aviator, available in a rainbow of different lens colours with Louis Vuitton studs outlining the shape, and a modern square shape, with intricate details on the front and a temple displaying the Essential V signature.

    These models are only a taster of this new collection which we invite you to discover here!

    Tags Photography, Sunglasses, Michelle Williams


    In partnership with Le French May, Louis Vuitton presents Time Capsule, from April 22nd until May 14th, a hand selected collection of objects and documents from the Louis Vuitton archive.

    Highlighting the ongoing technical innovations that Louis Vuitton employed to respond to the revolutionary inventions of the period, this exhibition builds a conversation between antique creations in direct dialogue with more contemporary pieces, showing a consistent desire of the brand to create and reinvent objects that are designed to anticipate the evolution of lifestyle needs and desires.

    The exhibition acts as a visual timeline of the most outstanding moments in the story of the Louis Vuitton Maison, telling the narrative through five key chapters: codes of the brand; journey around the world; elegance and beauty in motion; iconic pieces; concluding with a final chapter celebrating Louis Vuitton’s past and present links with Hong Kong.

    Louis Vuitton Time Capsule exhibition Hong Kong
    Statue Square Garden, Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
    From April 22nd to May 14th, 2017
    Opening hours: Daily 10:00am to 08:00pm

    Last entries to exhibition: 20 minutes before closing. Exhibition rooms close 10 minutes before.

    Tags Exhibition, Time Capsule, Hong Kong


    The Louis Vuitton TRAVEL BOOK Collection adds Hawaii, Mexico and Tokyo to its destinations. 

    On May 4, 2017, Louis Vuitton launches three new titles within its travel book Collection illustrated by artists from all around the world.

    Comic book artist Esad Ribic draws the Hawaiian islands in a vigourous and realistic style; while Nicolas de Crécy depicts Mexico as a baroque, feveris country, filled with poetry; and finally Eboy, pionneers of pixel art, gets to the very soul of Tokyo.

    Exhibitions of the original drawings will coincide with the launch of these books worldwide.

    The Louis Vuitton “Travel Book” collection is an invitation to real and virtual voyages, enriched by intellectual stimulation and poignant moments. 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.

    Tags Illustration, Books