• SERIES 4: LIGHTNING - A VIRTUAL HEROINE

    The first of three videos from the Louis Vuitton SERIES 4, Spring-Summer 2016 collection advertising campaign.

    Her name is Lightning and she flashes through fabulous worlds in seach of her sister who is being held captive.

    Lightning pushes the idea of the heroine even further. It is logical that the Maison Louis Vuitton would explore the infinite possibilities of the virtual world and ask this fantasy character to interpret the essence of a heroine.

    Today Lightning, the heroic figure in 'Final Fantasy', the cult series of video games that has inspired more than 100 million players around the world, agrees to become a character in the Louis Vuitton galaxy. The Maison has always pushed the boundaries of reality and dreams. Real, virtual, incarnate, metaphorical: Lightning is the fruit of Square Enix studios' imagination, and she raises the question of immanence - that which takes place solely in the mind - in tomorrow's world.

    ​“It’s clear that the virtual aesthetic of video games is predominant in this collection. If we push the reflection about heroines, or what might constitute the nature of a woman whose actions can be so courageous that she becomes superior and iconic, it becomes obvious that a virtual entity integrates with the founding principles of the Maison. Lightning is the perfect avatar for a global, heroic woman and for a world where social networks and communications are now seamlessly woven into our life. She is also the symbol of new pictorial processes. How can you create an image that goes beyond the classic principles of photography and design? Lightning heralds a new era of expression.” - Nicolas Ghesquière

    Discover the full campaign and the collection here.

    Tags: Ad Campaign, Ready to Wear, Series 4, Lightning

  • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN

    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • SERIES 4: THE SPRING-SUMMER 2016 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    The 'Series 4' advertising campaign continues the visual dialogue between several artists of imagery.

    Once again the images of the campaign involve a triptych in which each section echos and completes the other, weaving a narrative about a heroine with multiple facets. The authors of the latest chapter are Juergen Teller, Bruce Weber as well as Tetsuya Nomura and VW of Square Enix, the Japanese video game and manga creator. Each one expresses a point of view about the muse of a new era.

    Discover the full campaign and the collection here.

    Tags: Ad Campaign, Ready to Wear, Juergen Teller, Bruce Weber, Series 4, Lightning

  • THESE PRECIOUS OBJECTS OF DESIRE

    Photo lab, go-anywhere desk, tea case... there’s nothing a trunk can’t do! Patrick-Louis Vuitton remembers the savoir-faire passed down by his grandfather, Gaston-Louis, and the extraordinarily extravagant pieces fashioned for the happy few in the Asnières workshops. He looks back on three of these very special orders.
  • DESTINATION: GRAND PALAIS

    The Grand Palais in Paris is playing host to an ambitious Louis Vuitton retrospective. Exhibition curator Olivier Saillard selected seven icons and analyzed their design.