Midnight in Paris. What a great time to visit an exhibition. Wearing the season’s star accessories, a mischievous heroine has stolen into the Louis Vuitton retrospective. The stage is set for adventure…
Magical prints, ethereal tulles, virtual textures… At Louis Vuitton, innovation and imagination go hand in hand – witness three fascinating fabrics.
Louis Vuitton introduces a new backpack for men on the move.
A new entry in the backpack category also bound to become a casual best seller, the Josh, is declined in Damier Graphite as well as Monogram Macassar, supple and lightweight for extra mobility. A new ultra-supple canvas makes the Monogram more lightweight and packable than ever in high-luxury utilitarian bags.
Traveling in the market and downtown from Siem Reap, discover the Josh backpack in a short video shoot for the digital magazine Hypebeast.
Details of the backpack here.
Evocative of exotic and faraway lands, Louis Vuitton introduces the new Summer collection.
The "Tropical Journey" capsule collection takes us to paradise with lush nature-inspired prints.
More on the collection here.
This season, the Summer collection offers two new printed stories: "Monogram Jungle", an iconic Monogram canvas twisted with a new print inspired by Californian landscapes and its emblematic palm trees and oasis, and “Monogram Bay” with chunky oversized chain print, a statement from the Cruise 2016 show in Palm Springs. Also highlighted, is the "Monogram Vernis Jungle", a Monogram patent leather covered with dots reminding of exotic animals fur.
These new prints are available on Louis Vuitton's iconic models such as Speedy and Neverfull, as well as on accessories and shoes.
Louis Vuitton will celebrate “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” in Tokyo from April 23rd until June 19th, 2016.
You can book your visit here.
Curated by Olivier Saillard, the exhibition retraces Louis Vuitton’s great journey from 1854 till today, through archives of the Family’s founding members to those who create the Louis Vuitton of today.
Since the end of the 19th century, the House has always maintained strong ties with Japan. From the mon (family crest) inspirations of the Monogram canvas, to the long list of renowned Japanese clients such as the political leader Taisuke Itagaki, and the collaborations with Japanese contemporary artists from Murakami to Kusama.
“Louis Vuitton has always been at the forefront of creation and innovation, today live over a century ago. Constantly taking inspiration from our past we craft the trends of today. Olivier Saillard has immersed himself in the Louis Vuitton archives to decode its secrets. He delivers a fresh vision of our past, present and future.” says Michael Burke, CEO of Louis Vuitton.
The exhibition will be held in a bespoke structure in Kojimachi, the neighbourhood in Tokyo, where in 1978 Louis Vuitton opened its first store in Japan.