New colors, finishes, features are now available for Louis Vuitton's state-of-the-art wireless earphones.

    The updated collection brings changes both inside and out. The five new colors, jet black, pristine white, bright red, light pink, and neon yellow, each showcase one of the Maison's signature details. At the forefront of performance technology, the earphones now feature two new modes for noise-canceling or ambient listening, wireless charging, an extended battery life, and more.

    The Louis Vuitton Horizon Earphones, a true Louis Vuitton-designed lifestyle accessory, work with all Bluetooth® devices as well as with the Tambour Horizon connected watch.

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    Louis Vuitton’s collection of perfumes for the home offers an invitation to be immediately transported by one’s senses, making them a cherished gift for Valentine’s Day.

    Imbued with the spirit of travel that has inspired Louis Vuitton since 1854, the Maison’s collection of perfumed candles were composed in Grasse by the Master Perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud to inspire a dream-like sense of escape.

    Like an olfactory snapshot, each candle captures the atmosphere of an inspiring setting and brings it into the home. There, it opens a window onto a singular, exotic world, blurring the lines between interior and exterior, between here and elsewhere: the rose garden of L’Air du Jardin, the secluded island of Île Blanche, a walk in the woods with Feuilles d’Or, the snowy alpine chalet of Dehors Il Neige, a beautiful spring day with En Mai, the leather and wood of Louis Vuitton’s historic ateliers with Ecorce Rouge. This Valentine’s Day, give the gift of a sensory escape, without ever leaving home.

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    Valentine's Day Gifting Scented Candles
  • THE 2020 OSCARS

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    • The 2020 Oscars - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • The 2020 Oscars - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    Actresses Léa Seydoux, Kaitlyn Dever, and Florence Pugh wore Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquière to celebrate the 92nd Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

    Both Léa Seydoux and Kaitlyn Dever wore custom-made Louis Vuitton gowns created by following Red Carpet Green Dress' strict sustainability standards. RCGD is a women-led global change-making organization founded by leading environmental advocate Suzy Amis Cameron to promote ethical and eco-responsible fashion. Léa Seydoux’s gown, for example, features a newly launched organic silk faille fabric made from TENCEL™ Luxe filament yarn. 

    British actress Florence Pugh wore a custom-made silk satin gown and sandals also designed by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton. The Best Supporting Actress Nominee chose to complete her look with the ‘Goutte de Sang’ diamond and topaz necklace from the ‘Riders of the Knight’ High Jewelry Collection.

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    With the new season comes new variations of Louis Vuitton’s Capucines bag, photographed here by Craig McDean and styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé.

    As one of Louis Vuitton’s New Classic bags, the Capucines is continually reimagined with new finishes, colors, and materials. The first arrivals this year include an array of soft pastel taurillon leathers at times accented by contrasting details – a fashion-forward statement to usher in the new season.

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    Louis Vuitton’s now iconic LV Archlight sneakers are reinterpreted in two new silhouettes and runway-inspired fabrics for Spring-Summer 2020.

    Instantly recognizable thanks to their oversized, wave-shaped outsole, the LV Archlight sneakers return season after season in new materials and detailing. Now available in a sneaker boot version with a delicate, sock-like fit, and as a sporty sandal with a graphic design, the LV Archlights continue to prove their fashion-forward allure and statement-making appeal.

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    Shoes Sneakers Nicolas Ghesquière