Louis Vuitton have opened an all new “Winter Resort” Store in Promenade, Gstaad. The popular winter destination seems an appropriate choice given the fact that 2012 marked the historic site’s 700th anniversary of providing ample and valuable real estate for those looking for a little bit of adventure. The store is a subtle mixture of [...]
Luxury fashion house Louise Vuitton has announced that it is to support Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s exhibition next year in London. Kusama who is celebrating over 60 years as an artist is holding a retrospective at the Tate Modern London, from February 9-June 5. Kusama’s art is often as experiential and features huge landscapes created [...]
Can the irony be more poignant. A a designer gas mask to save us from environmental catastrophe! You have to laugh. A series of designer gas masks by conceptual artist Diddo Velema explores the psychological comfort we derive from high-end goods in the face of imminent disaster. Decked in the iconic logos of Chanel, Gucci, [...]
Fly high above the very first Island Maison from Louis Vuitton located at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
Copyright : Louis Vuitton / Des Quatre. Producer : Mathias Vayer. Director : Romain Chassaing. Music : Etienne Ross The Paris City Guide 2012 will be available in Louis Vuitton stores from October 15th.
This exploration of Louis Vuitton’s international stores, as well as industrial sites and unrealized projects, includes interviews with some of today’s most talented architects and designers who discuss the beautiful and complex structures they have produced in collaboration with Louis Vuitton.
With rumors about Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy leaving Louis Vuitton for Dior, Duffy gave a nod and a wink: “Marc definitely learned his craft and become an amazing technician. He could do a couture line.” On a side note, Jacobs credits Duffy with saving him from drug addiction. “On a personal level, Robert probably [...]
According to sources close to WWD, Dior is in talks with Marc Jacobs about becoming the new couturier of the French house. Dior has been without a creative leader since the loss of John Galliano in the wake of allegations of racism. Such a move would unseat Jacobs from Louis Vuitton, the cash-cow brand at [...]
Typically, Marc Jacobs gives his collections for Louis Vuitton a different spin in advertising versus the runway. For the forthcoming fall campaign, slated to break in a wide range of August titles, Christy Turlington, Karen Elson and Natalia Vodianova are shown preening in front of old-fashioned makeup mirrors backstage, as if they were ready to [...]
GQ Australia’s February/March 2010 issue visits Singapore for an engaging spread dedicated to Louis Vuitton’s spring 2010 collection. Presented by Jolyon Mason, Louis Vuitton’s boys are treated to exotic scenes as photographed by Gan. History: Louis Vuitton launched his firm after gaining experience making luggage and trunks for Napoléon III. A century and a half [...]
GOING GREEN: Renaud Dutreil does his part to make New York a greener city. Every morning, the chairman of the U.S. arm of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton cycles to work, and carefully locks his bike at the red, stiletto-shaped rack by Bergdorf Goodman. On Monday, Dutreil and LVMH took their commitment to a better [...]
Winter is around the corner, but Louis Vuitton still managed to throw a garden party Tuesday night at Saks Fifth Avenue. The French luxury firm transformed the store’s third floor into an indoor menagerie, dubbed Les Jardin Louis Vuitton and flooded with magnolia leaves and box hedges. Insouciant models dressed in Vuitton’s new resort collection [...]
To mark the 40th anniversary of the first landing on the moon, the Louis Vuitton Core Values campaign brings to gether Buzz Aldrin, Jim Lovell and Sally Ride under the expert lens of Annie Leibovitz.
One of Hong Kong’s first-ever public art installations has been unveiled – courtesy of Louis Vuitton. Richard Prince, the American artist best known for his “appropriation” style and his collaborations with Marc Jacobs, has wrapped the Hong Kong Museum of Art with enlarged replicas of pulp fiction novel covers. The installation, which takes its theme [...]
Wednesday is Earth Day, and to mark the occasion, Louis Vuitton decided to donate 15 percent of all sales from its U.S. Web site that day to The Climate Project, the non-profit organization founded by Al Gore. The one-day initiative continues the leather goods house’s commitment to the environment and the organization — it first [...]
Louis Vuitton – Environmental Charter. So Louis Vuitton has composed the “Environmental Charter” below: “Louis Vuitton wishes to bring creativity and sustainable development close together. The environmental protection is the business of all. Beyond a strong conviction, Louis Vuitton has embarked up a voluntary environmental programme for severa; years. The high environmental performance is registered [...]
Louis Vuitton’s menswear guru, Paul Helbers is renowned for sophistication and the Louis Vuitton menswear Autumn 2009 collection cements his credentials as a fashion leader. The Louis Vuitton Paris should was further illuminated by a pair of scarlet trainers designed by Kanye West when he was apparently interning.
A federal judge in Manhattan awarded Louis Vuitton Malletier SA more than $3.5 million in damages and court fees this month in a trademark-counterfeiting suit Vuitton filed against several New York City businesses and their principals. Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein ordered defendants LY USA Inc., Coco USA Inc. and Marco Leather Goods Ltd. and their [...]
Is the fashion world’s current obsession with camoflage a reflection of a injured world. Here’s Louis Vuitton’s attempt to jump on the bandwagon: With Monogramouflage, Marc Jacobs and Takashi Murakami have made their mark on a new creative landscape: camoflage. In this highly original canvas, designed by the Japanese artist, the Monogram motif appears on [...]
Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2009 has something of a Safari meets Soho Joe look to it. Cool and Creepy in equal measure!
A Manhattan federal judge has ruled in favor of Dooney & Bourke in a four-year trademark battle with Louis Vuitton. U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin said Dooney & Bourke’s “It Bag” monogram design did not infringe on Vuitton’s Monograme Multicolore handbag collection.
Following Louis Vuitton’s valiant efforts to combat counterfeiting of their prestigeous brand, Louis Vuitton continues to be the most counterfeited designer brand in the world. As the preeminent fashion status symbol it is perhaps of no great surprise that Louis Vuitton has the unenviable position. Nevertheless, Louis Vuitton has a tenacious legal team who vigorously [...]