Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest collection photographed in the Vuitton family home in Asnières – a historic setting for an utterly contemporary silhouette.
To celebrate Rugby World Cup 2015, Louis Vuitton has designed a special case to carry the iconic Webb Ellis Cup, Rugby’s greatest prize.
Louis Vuitton is proud to support Rugby World Cup 2015, starting on September 18th, in London’s Twickenham stadium. The special order case will appear on October 31st, the day of the final, which will mark Louis Vuitton’s debut in the world of Rugby.
The special order for Rugby World Cup perpetuates Louis Vuitton's long tradition of creating elegant and ingenious cases for travellers to transport their most precious belongings.
Handmade in Louis Vuitton's historic Asnières workshop near Paris, the case has been meticulously designed to accommodate the celebrated Trophy, which will be presented to the winning captain at the final on October 31st. Covered in Louis Vuitton's iconic Monogram canvas, the travel case is fitted with the company's signature brass lock and corners.
The workshop also crafted the trunk that holds the world's oldest sporting trophy, the famous silver ewer of the America's Cup, which dates back to 1851. More recently, Louis Vuitton specially designed the trophy case for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Trophy.
The mobile application Louis Vuitton Pass has taken on a modern look, while maintaining its existing functionalities.
Always at the cutting edge of innovation, Louis Vuitton Pass is a mobile app that takes the user even further into the heart of the Maison’s world. By scanning any campaign visual, Louis Vuitton Pass gives access to product information and enriched content: from making-of and behind-the-scenes content, to the discovery and purchase of featured products, and the exclusive world of new campaigns.
Louis Vuitton Pass is available in the App Store and Google Play, for tablets and smartphones. To download and for more information, click here to go to the dedicated page on the Louis Vuitton site and follow the steps:
1. Download the LV Pass for mobile and tablet.
2. Scan all images featuring the logo available on advertising campaigns, LV The Book Magazine, and store windows.
3. Discover product info and exclusive content.
The men’s campaign Ombré shot by Alasdair Mclellan and featuring acclaimed director Xavier Dolan.
Louis Vuitton has chosen actor and director Xavier Dolan as the male face of Louis Vuitton’s new advertising campaign. The campaign shot by Alasdair McLellan celebrates Ombré, Louis Vuitton’s recent line of leather goods, featuring two iconic bags – the Keepall and the Cartable.
Since he first stepped on the scene at only 20 years old with his debut feature film J’ai tué ma mère, Xavier Dolan has been referred to as “Quebec cinema’s boy wonder”. His fifth feature film, Mommy (2014) won the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. At only 26 years old, he was selected to be on the 2015 Cannes Film Festival jury presided over by the Cohen brothers, becoming the youngest member ever.
2016 will see Xavier Dolan release his sixth film Juste la fin du monde and will also mark the release of his first English-language film, The Death and Life and John F. Donovan.
Discover the Ombré collection here.
Book your ticket now for the unconventional exhibition "Louis Vuitton Series 3".
The exhibition will welcome visitors to explore the many facets of the Louis Vuitton brand from the creative process of the Artistic Director, Nicolas Ghesquiere focusing on his work on the Fall 2015 Women’s ready-to-wear collection, to the savoir-faire behind the products. The brand is unveiled through a series of distinctive rooms conceived as a total physical and interactive immersion – a “journey through the world of Louis Vuitton”.
The opening of the exhibition will coincide with London Fashion Week. The exhibition will be held at 180 Strand adjacent to Somerset House and will be open to the public with free admission from 10 am to 8 pm, from September 21st to October 18th, 2015.
Skip the queue and book your free ticket now.
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