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13 Oct

Jeff Koons’ Second Collaboration With Louis Vuitton Is Literally a Work Of Art


Have you ever spent a whole day admiring your favorite paintings at a museum only to be disappointed with the gift shop's lackluster offerings? There must be a better way to wear one's love of fine art than a canvas tote bags, right? This conundrum was remedied last spring when Jeff Koons crafted his "Masters" collection of bags with famous paintings for Louis Vuitton. Graphic and unexpected, the team-up was so popular that the storied French brand has connected with the contemporary artist again for round two.

Today, the house unveiled the new collection, featuring famous works such as Paul Gauguin’s Delightful Land (1892), Édouard Manet’s Luncheon on the Grass (1863), Claude Monet’s Water Lilies (1916), and more. The collaboration features a variety of bag and...
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10 Oct

Emma Stone Joins The Louis Vuitton Family


Emma Stone has just landed a lucrative deal as the new face of Louis Vuitton.
The Oscar-winning actress has reportedly signed a two-year contract with the French fashion house, estimated to be worth somewhere between $6 and $10 million.
Vuitton creative director Nicolas Ghesquière confirmed the appointment on Instagram today.

I am truly happy #emmastone is joining #louisvuitton today as a new ambassador 💙
🆖(@nicolasghesquiere)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 10월 7 오전 9:14 PDT

It was then followed by an announcement on the official Louis Vuitton account.

#LouisVuitton is delighted to announce Emma Stone as the latest ambassador for the Maison. A muse and friend of Louis Vuitton Women's Artistic Director @NicolasGhesquiere, Emma prepares to walk the red carpet for her latest movie #BattleoftheSexes in a #LVSS18 gown. Louis Vuitton Official(@louisvuitton)님의 공유...
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26 Sep

Louis Vuitton Is Officially Fashion’s Most Valuable Brand

Louis Vuitton is once again the world's most valuable fashion brand, based on its financial performance and ability to both influence customer choice and command premium prices. The luxury label featured in 19th position on Interbrand's Best Global Brands 2017 list, the highest ranking for any fashion company. It was preceded by tech brands—Apple, Google, and Microsoft held the top three positions. Vuitton was followed by Hermès at 32 and then Gucci at 51. According to the Business of Fashion, Burberry dropped three places to 88, while Prada fell 13 places to 94. Dior came in at 95, while Ralph Lauren just missed out on a place in the top 100, having been ranked 98th last year. "Louis Vuitton has connected the brand into culture," said Rebecca Robins, global director at...
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7 Sep

Gucci, Dior, And Louis Vuitton Officially Ban Size-Zero Models

Gucci, Celine, Louis Vuitton, and Dior are among brands who have pledged to abandon size-zero models. The promise forms part of a new charter created by luxury conglomerates LVMH and Kering, who own numerous luxury fashion houses. Female models will have to be a minimum French size 34 (a U.S. size 2) and a French 44 for men (extra small). Both companies have also agreed not use men or women under the age of 16 to model adult clothes. In addition, the charter pledged to make a dedicated psychologist or therapist available during working time. The BBC reports that models will also have to present a valid medical certificate to prove that they are fit for work. "We have the responsibility of building new standards...
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6 Jul

What To Buy, Keep, And Store For Your Summer Closet


We're in peak summer but before we venture into fall fashion, get your get-away and staycation summer looks on lock with our guide for what to buy now, what to keep and what to store for later. Your overflowing closet of bags, shoes, tops, dresses and bijoux will thank you.

Buy: Bags


Invest in Innovative Basket Bags that take the well-worn Birkin idea to new places.

Cult Gaia bag, mini $278, small $298, >>SHOP

WaiWai bag, $552, >>SHOP

Keep: Bags


The Mini Backpack, especially high fashion versions by Vuitton and Chanel—favored by girls like Kendall Jenner—still feel relevant.

Store: Bags

Oversized Clutches have had their moment, keep these '70s inspired wares in storage for now....
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3 Jul

The Supreme X Louis Vuitton Collection Is Officially Available To Shop


Since its debut at Men's Fashion Week back in January, hypebeasts across the globe have been waiting to get their hands on the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration.
Today, the long-awaited collection spanning from ready-to-wear to a skateboard is officially available to shop. The pieces, however, won't be available online or in Louis Vuitton stores but instead via eight pop-up shops around the world. Temporary pop-ups in Paris, London, Miami, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul and Sydney will offer leather goods, clothing, shoes, accessories and exclusive items offered only in the shops.

Louis Vuitton/Supreme #LVxSUPREME
Supreme(@supremenewyork)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 6월 29 오후 3:28 PDT

After a New York-based Supreme x Louis Vuitton pop-up store was unanimously denied by Manhattan's Community Board, the only U.S. locations to shop...
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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
Louis Vuitton Official(@louisvuitton)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 5월 14 오후 12:56 PDT


Stunning collection, obsessed with everything ! @nicolasghesquiere #lvcruise #louisvuitton

Fanfan Bouscasse(@fanfan.bouscasse)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 5월 15 오전 1:25 PDT

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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Hats Off To Haigh   Teenage boys the world over...
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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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