• HOME TEAM WINS AMERICA’S CUP WORLD SERIES PORTSMOUTH

    Land Rover BAR gained second place in the last of Sunday’s three races, which gave them the overall regatta win at the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth event.

    Sir Ben Ainslie is the man carrying the hopes of the UK fans who did turn out in their thousands to cheer on the Land Rover BAR team. His words during the press conference were quite premonitory “Last year was massive, being able to win this event as a new team, and obviously the aim is to do that again this time”.

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were on hand to present the awards and it was a fitting end to an amazing weekend of action for the British fans in Portsmouth.

    The win also put the British team into first place on the overall Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series leaderboard, overtaking Emirates Team New Zealand who drop to third with ORACLE TEAM USA in second, Softbank Team Japan in fourth, Artemis Racing fifth and Groupama Team France in sixth.

    Find further information on the races and discover the new Louis Vuitton America's Cup collection here.

    America’s Cup Sailing
  • LOUIS VUITTON REVEALS A NEW RANGE OF PACKAGING

    This new range of packaging named "Imperial Saffron" remains true to the house’s origins as a packer.

    This distinctive colour has been specially selected to create a new visual signature while it has woven itself into Louis Vuitton’s history since a century and a half. It can be seen on many iconic heritage pieces such as the trunk known as « Citroën » in the Louis Vuitton archives, created for an expedition in Africa launched by the French automobile firm in 1924.

    From now on, the Louis Vuitton packaging will feature this imperial saffron shade highlighted with blue, a complementary colour already used in early personalisation details from 1854 onwards but also for the House’s ribbons since many decades. The combination of the two colours gives a very modern yet eternal look that is reminiscent of the golden age of travel.

    While the thicker paper and cotton ribbon handles allow for greater resilience during transport, the new formats are easily folded and slipped into a suitcase or travel bag. Raw cotton and flat-pack boxes are part of a greater focus on sustainability on behalf of the House.

    Packaging Archives Sustainability
  • JET SET SUNGLASSES COLLECTION

    Discover the Jet Set Sunglasses inspired by the iconic Pilot model.

    Jet Set Sunglasses Collection is now available in store under 3 colours: gold, silver and pink. The Jet Set collection offers a fashionable style through a dynamic look and a sophisticated mix of colors and materials.

    Discover the Jet Set Sunglasses collection here.

    Sunglasses Jet Set The Spirit of Travel
  • MARC NEWSON PRESENTS THE NEW ROLLING LUGGAGE BY LOUIS VUITTON

    Marc Newson shares his enthusiasm on designing a new luggage for Louis Vuitton.

    Now, widely acknowledged as the most influential industrial designer of his generation, Marc Newson has worked in numerous industries ranging from aerospace and technology to furniture and fashion.

    In this film, he explains the whole process behind the project of designing and engineering a new range of carry-on luggage for a contemporary traveller:

    "I’m obsessive about packing everything into a bag of a certain size which is why it was so important for me to design a product that could tick all of those boxes and be the kind of the perfect piece of luggage for a person like me, that travels and won’t travel with anything more than is absolutely necessary."

    You can find an in depth presentation on the luggage here.

    Leather Goods Travel Luggage Marc Newson
  • THE NEW ROLLING LUGGAGE BY LOUIS VUITTON

    Meet the future of luxurious and innovative rollling luggage designed by Marc Newson.

    Get a sneak peek of the Louis Vuitton New Rolling Luggage. Imagined by Marc Newson, one of the most influential designer of its generation, the result of this collaboration breaks new grounds in terms of functionalities and convenience when travelling.

    Shot by Patrick Demarchelier in Rio de Janeiro, this series of photographs reveals a large range of pop-coloured and ultra-light luggages.

    From Monogram canvas to a rainbow of 7 colours of Epi leather, these contemporary trunks come in two cabin sizes. You can explore the whole collection as well as additional content here.

    Leather Goods Travel Luggage Marc Newson