Louis Vuitton Trophy Trunks
Victory Travels in Louis Vuitton
The Maison presents its collection of bespoke trunks designed for the world’s most prestigious sporting trophies. Perpetuating a long tradition savoir-faire, each trunk is handcrafted by Louis Vuitton’s master artisans in Asnières, just outside Paris.
Grand Prix De MonacoTM
Since 2021, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco™ Trophy is awarded in a bespoke Louis Vuitton trunk. Carrying on the partnership between Louis Vuitton and the Automobile Club de Monaco, the trunk showcases the Maison’s savoir-faire while drawing inspiration from the esteemed race’s heritage. Created by three specialized artisans, this one-of-a-kind trunk holds the trophy, depicting the 19 turns of the 3.337-kilometer track with the iconic Monogram canvas in Monegasque red, and a “V” for “Victory” motif, reminiscent of the unique track route.
FIFA World CupTM
As part of its partnership with one of the world's greatest sporting events, Louis Vuitton has specially designed trophy trunks for the 2010, 2014, 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cups™. The Trophy Trunk has been carefully crafted to protect the sought-after trophy’s 6.175 kilograms of 18-carat gold and malachite. A gracious and intelligent means of transporting and displaying football’s greatest prize, this elegant case continues Louis Vuitton’s 160-year association with legends: from royalty, writers, explorers to the most recognizable trophy in the world.
Rugby World Cup
After an initial partnership in 2015, Louis Vuitton is once again the Official Trophy Travel Case Supplier of the Rugby World Cup France 2023 with a bespoke trunk for the coveted Webb Ellis Cup. Marking a new chapter in Louis Vuitton’s long-standing relationship with the Rugby World Cup, the hand-crafted trunk features the iconic Monogram canvas in the tournament’s colors, as well as the Roman numerals XV representing the number of players in a rugby union team and a Louis Vuitton leather lining in the same Pantone blue as the painted V detail, a first in the Maison’s history of trophy trunks.
NBA’s Larry O’Brien
Louis Vuitton specially designed trunks for the Larry O’Brien Trophy, given to the winner of the NBA Finals. Launched in 2020, the global partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA) established Louis Vuitton as the first-ever Official Trophy Travel Case provider, launching a new chapter in the Maison’s history of custom trunks. The case is coated in the emblematic Monogram canvas and adorned with the iconic V in white with blue and red details, as well as the NBA’s official dark blue color for the interior.
For the third time, this year’s Davis Cup trophy was presented to the 2022 world champion team in a bespoke Louis Vuitton Trophy Travel Case. Covered in the iconic Monogram Macassar canvas, the unique circular trunk sits atop the cup’s remarkable oversized base, opening at the top and on two sides to create a perfect showcase.
Roland Garros’ Suzanne Lenglen
Cup and Musketeers’ Cup
Louis Vuitton joined forces with the French Tennis Federation for the 2017 and 2018 editions of Roland Garros. The trophies were presented in their trunks before the kick-off finals match for both the Women’s Singles and Men’s Singles, and along court-side. The collaboration results in trunks adorned with the iconic Monogram canvas and a terracotta-colored interior evocative of clay, while a 'V' reminiscent of the lines on a tennis court adds the finishing touch.
League Of Legends’
Louis Vuitton’s first E-Sport trophy case was first presented at the League of Legends 2019 World Championships in Paris. As part of a pioneering partnership with Riot Games, the Maison crafted an exceptional and innovative trunk for the World Championship of League of Legends, one of the most popular multiplayer video games in the world. Combining traditional savoir-faire and ultra-modern high-tech elements inspired by the world of League of Legends, the unique trunk comprises of five ultra-powerful LEDs for the opening ceremony World Championship Finals in Paris in 2019 and in Shanghai in 2020.
Louis Vuitton equipped the America’s Cup in 2017 with its bespoke trunk for the 35th competition of the oldest international sporting competition in the world. Featuring a vivid scarlet V to reflect the new Louis Vuitton America’s Cup logo, the trophy trunk was handmade by three craftsmen, resulting in over 400 man-hours of work, through seven steps of fabrication in Louis Vuitton’s historical workshop in Asnières
Explore the Maison’s exceptional sports partners through the “Louis Vuitton Trophy Trunks” book.