Paradise found on the Corsican coast. Photographer Craig McDean captured Alicia Vikander wearing the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019 Collection on the Mediterranean island's striking coastline. Two iconic Louis Vuitton bags, the Capucines and the Twist, as well as the Archlight sneakers make appearances in fresh finishes for the new season. Also featured is a handbag from the capsule collection with the iconic writer, illustrator, and fashion editor Grace Coddington. This collaboration reprised her imaginary menagerie to bring her charming animal sketches to a line of Louis Vuitton accessories.
The Cruise 2019 Collection will be available in stores from November 2nd
Alicia Vikander photographed by Craig McDean for the Cruise 2019 Campaign
Paradise found on the Corsican coast. Photographer Craig McDean captured Alicia Vikander wearing the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019 Collection on the Mediterranean island's striking coastline. Two iconic Louis Vuitton bags, the Capucines and the Twist, as well as the Archlight sneakers make appearances in fresh finishes for the new season. Also featured is a handbag from the capsule collection with the iconic writer, illustrator, and fashion editor Grace Coddington. This collaboration reprised her imaginary menagerie to bring her charming animal sketches to a line of Louis Vuitton accessories.cruise 2019 Campaign Nicolas Ghesquière Fashion
Alicia Vikander for the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019 Campaign
First presented at the Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul de Vence, the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019 Collection by Nicolas Ghesquière was a tribute to the spirit of originality for which the family of art collectors is celebrated. Now, in the advertising campaign directed by Ujin Lin, the spirit is carried on by Swedish actress Alicia Vikander against the stunning backdrop of the coast of Corsica, France.
The Cruise 2019 Collection will be available in stores from November 2ndcruise 2019 Ready to Wear Nicolas Ghesquière Campaign
From October 3 to February 28, Louis Vuitton opens a pop-up store at the Galeries Lafayette Haussmann dedicated to Les Parfums Louis Vuitton.
The House has been invited back again this year by the Galeries Lafayette Haussmann to present its Les Parfums Louis Vuitton collection in a special pop-up store.
There, you will have the chance to discover the entire women’s fragrance collection, including Attrape-Rêves, the latest creation from Master Perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud. A festive fragrance that celebrates the sense of wonder.
The store will also offer the House’s collection of men’s fragrances. Five scents that pay homage to adventurers seeking self-revelation.
Lastly, the Ombre Nomade fragrance will plunge you into the depths of the darkest and most precious woods.
So many invitations to explore the senses, to travel to new horizons.
In this pop-up store, you can customize your perfume bottle or travel case with your engraved initials in a gilded or tone-on-tone finish, leaving a personal and indelible imprint.
Louis Vuitton Paris Galeries Lafayette
First floor, corbel arch E4
40, boulevard Haussmann
75 009 Paris
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From opposite ends of the 20th century, from Vienna to New York, the lives and works of Egon Schiele and Jean-Michel Basquiat are fascinating for their fleetingness and their intensity.
Egon Schiele’s work is indissociable from the Viennese spirit of the early 20th century. In just a few years, his drawing emerged as one of the peaks of expressionism.
The exhibition brings together some 100 works: drawings, gouaches, and paintings. Among them, « Self-Portrait with a Chinese Lantern Plant » (1912), on loan from the Leopold Museum (Vienna), “Pregnant Woman and Death” (1911), from the Národní gallery (Poland), “Portrait of the Artist’s Wife Seated, Holding Her Right Leg” (1917) from the Morgan Library & Museum (New York), “Standing Nude with Blue Sheet” (1914) from the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg, “Seated Male Nude” (1910) from the Neue Galerie New York, and “Self-Portrait” (1912) from the National Gallery of Art, Washington.
The work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most significant painters of the 20th century, is spread over four levels of Frank Gehry’s building.
The exhibition covers the painter’s whole career, from 1980 to 1988, focusing on 120 defining works. With the Heads from 1981-1982, gathered for the first time here, and the presentation of several collaborations between Basquiat and Warhol, the exhibition includes works previously unseen in Europe, essential works such as "Obnoxious Liberals" (1982), "In Italian" (1983), and "Riding with Death" (1988), as well as paintings which have rarely been seen since their first presentations during the artist’s lifetime, such as "Offensive Orange" (1982), "Untitled (Boxer)" (1982), and "Untitled (Yellow Tar and Feathers)" (1982).
From 3 October 2018 to 14 January 2019
Jean-Michel Basquiat, Arroz con pollo, 1981. Courtesy The Brant Foundation, Greenwich, Connecticut, États-Unis © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat Licensed by Artestar, New YorkFondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition Schiele Basquiat
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.
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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.Innovation