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16 May

louis Vuitton Staged The Most Breathtaking Runway Show In Japan


Continuing in fashion's globe-trotting cruise collections, Nicolas Ghesquière staged Louis Vuitton's Resort 2018 show with a truly spectacular runway in Kyoto, Japan.
Held at the picturesque, I.M. Pei-designed Miho Museum, Louis Vuitton unveiled its new collection atop a metal bridge overlooking the Shigaraki mountains. Models entered through a metal tunnel and walked across a suspension bridge, making for a never-before-seen runway moment.

#LVCruise Finale. Watch the show by @nicolasghesquiere now at
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Stunning collection, obsessed with everything ! @nicolasghesquiere #lvcruise #louisvuitton

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But the show's breathtaking location wasn't the only thing worth noting. The collection itself was a collaboration with Japanese designer,...
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15 May

Six Things To Note From The Louis Vuitton Resort Show


Paying Tribute To Yamamoto

In Louis Vuitton's 2018 cruise collection artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière paid tribute to emblematic Japanese designer and artist Kansai Yamamoto, famous for having made an extensive number of David Bowie's costumes but also for the being the first Japanese designer to show in Paris and for reinventing the kimono in avant-garde form for a modern audience. Yamamoto especially created icons and symbols to decorate new accessories and leather goods.


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The Setting Was Everything

Three-quarters of the Miho Museum, where the resort extravaganza was staged, is underground and was designed by I. M. Pei, the same architect who conceived the Louvre's Grand Pyramid in Paris.


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19 Apr

New Workwear Essentials You Need For Spring


From crisp pantsuits in ivory white to a new take on the trench, spring's latest in workwear is nothing short of stylish.

The Deconstructed Suit


Keep the look clean, opting for a sleek high-neck blouse.

From left: Max Mara jacket, $2,690, blouse, $595, jacket, $1,190, skirt, $475, 312-475-9500.

How to Wear It


Finish the look with white boots in geometric lines and modern gold earrings.

From left: Louis Vuitton tote, $3,850, 866-VUITTON; Fossil smartwatch $255,; Pomellato earrings, $5,100, 800-254-6020. 

The Ivory Pantsuit


Choose a tailored white blazer with a notched-lapel collar.

From left: Max Mara jacket, $1,450, 617-267-9775; Polo Ralph Lauren shirt, $198,; Monica Rich Kosann necklace, $1,450, Escada pants, $995, 

How to Wear It

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10 Mar

Jaden Smith And Sasha Lane’s Sky-High Ponytails Are a Win At Louis Vuitton

Despite the sheer number of stars that turned up at the Louvre tonight to see Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2017 collection—Michelle Williams! Sophie Turner!—one front row pair drew the lion’s share of camera flashes with a scene-stealing hair strategy that may or may not have been planned: Jaden Smith and Sasha Lane, who arrived at the show with mirror-image high ponytails. Lane pulled her waist-grazing dreadlocks straight up to the top of her head in an I Dream of Jeannie move and secured them with a citron yellow scrunchie that matched her printed coat. Smith’s strands were similarly twisted upward but strategically arranged to fall over his face in a deceptively casual manner. Apart, they struck front row gold; together, they made...
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27 Jan

The Most Artful Accessories For The Spring Season


From dazzling baubles to sculptural embellishments, photographer Marilyn Minter shoots this season's standouts. Her exhibition "Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty" is at the Brooklyn Museum through April 2.



BEAUTY BAZAAR: Jane Iredale Lip Fixation in Passion gives lips a sexy shine ($32).

Louis Vuitton dress and necklace, prices upon request, 866-VUITTON.



BEAUTY BAZAAR: Giorgio Armani Lip Magnet in Fil Rouge is a gorgeous, long-wearing red ($38).

Giorgio Armani earrings, $495,



BEAUTY BAZAAR: Chanel Le Vernis in Blanc White and Gris Obscur create striking nail looks ($28 each).

Chanel bag, $15,500, 800-550-0005.

UNDERNEATH IT ALL BEAUTY BAZAAR: Dior Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss in Fancy is both high-impact and hydrating for lips ($30). Dior bra $750, earring $300, and visor, price...
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20 Jan

Get a First Look At The Louis Vuitton x Supreme Collaboration


After much hype–and many leaks–on social media, Louis Vuitton's rumored collaboration with iconic New York streetwear brand Supreme finally debuted today.
The French fashion house revealed the co-branded designs at the men's fall 2017 runway show in Paris. "You can't have the conversation of New York men's wear without Supreme right now, because it's such a massive global phenomenon," Kim Jones, Vuitton's men's artistic director, told WWD. "I used to work when I was at college unpacking boxes of Supreme at a company in London that distributed it when I was just starting out, so it's something I've known all along in my life."

Items include a wide range of New York–inspired bags, jackets, wallets, belts, sneakers, baseball...
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7 Jan

How One Designer Went from Making Coffee to Taking Over the Industry

PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 29:  Models walk the runway during the Chloe show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2017  on September 29, 2016 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

New year, new designer shake-ups! Chloé is the latest to garner buzz about a creative changing of the guard, as Natacha Ramsay-Levi is set to take her place as the iconic French fashion house's new creative director, according to a Reuters report.
Ramsay-Levi is currently second-in-command to Louis Vuitton Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière, which means there will be changes at both brands. Previously, she worked with Ghesquière for more than a decade when he helmed Balenciaga, starting with a 2002 internship that had her "cook coffee and sort documents," as told to Germany's Interview. This is just the latest in the industry's musical chairs game, which saw a lot of change in 2016 at Balenciaga, Hugo Boss, and Yves Saint Laurent.

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6 Jan

What To Know About Chloé’s New Creative Director

Chloé is reportedly in the process of naming a new creative director after news that Claire Waight Keller—who has helmed the brand since 2011—chose not to renew her contract, which ends in March. Her successor is expected to be Natacha Ramsay-Levi, Nicolas Ghesquière's "second-in-command" at Louis Vuitton, according to Reuters. Sources say Waight Keller decided not to renew her contract since she and her family moved from Paris (where the Chloé headquarters are located) to London in June and she wished to stop commuting between the two cities. The change follows creative director change-ups at brands like DKNY, Carven and Marni, in the latest round of designer musical chairs. Ramsay-Levi's looming appointment may raise questions on how the Louis Vuitton designer, who has...
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6 Jan

Louis Vuitton x Supreme: From Lawsuit to Collaboration

Back in 2000 Louis Vuitton filed a lawsuit against Supreme  after the New York-based Streetwear brand launched a skateboard deck incorporating the Supreme logo into Louis Vuitton’s trademark pattern. Only two weeks after the deck was released, Louis Vuitton, according to Complex, demanded immediate removal of the decks and to have the remaining decks burnt. Now almost two decades later, Louis Vuitton and Supreme seem to have buried the hatchet as a new collaboration between the two is rumored, after a sweater mixing the two logos was recently spotted at a Louis Vuitton casting. Shortly after this, Louis Vuitton’s art director, Kim Jones, posted and then deleted a picture of a Supreme sticker on top of the LV pattern. Even if the collaboration is happening...
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6 Jan

Could The Collaboration Of Our Dreams Actually Be Happening?


Hypebeast meets high fashion in this highly-suspected brand collab. According to allegedly leaked photos online, Louis Vuitton could be teaming up with streetwear cult favorite, Supreme.
The rumors stem from a photo taken by Kim Jones, the men's artistic director at Louis Vuitton, who posted an image of a Supreme sticker atop the French brand's staple leather print, hinting that the two could join forces. He promptly deleted the photo from his Instagram, which makes the post even more suspicious.

Kim Jones Instagram/Screenshot by Highsnobiety
Kim Jones Instagram/Screenshot by Highsnobiety

Photos of a sweatshirt with embossed Supreme and Vuitton logos also made its way to the internet. The image was reportedly taken by a model at a Vuitton casting, according to a Supreme fan account.

This sweater got spotted by...
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