Louis Vuitton is heading to Kyoto, Japan, for its Cruise collection, which will be held on Sunday, May 14th.
The spirit of travel, the discovery of extraordinary natural environments, architectural masterpieces and art, are intrinsically connected to Louis Vuitton. In keeping with the House's tradition, the Cruise show will be held in the outer worldly setting of the Miho Museum, designed by I.M. Pei, the architect of the Grand Louvre and its pyramids in Paris.
Inaugurated in 1997, the Miho Museum was conceived to be a terrestrial paradise, inspired by Shangri-La, the legendary heaven-on-earth. Nestled in a hidden valley, the museum is revealed through a spectacular metal tunnel and a futuristic suspension bridge. This unique home to more than a thousand works of art, blends exoticism with modernity, while steeped in the most luscious forest.
This is the first time in the museum’s history that it will play host to such an event.
"The place inspired me right away," explains Nicolas Ghesquière, Artistic Director of Women's Collections at Louis Vuitton. "After the desert and Palm Springs, the ocean and Rio, I wanted to introduce people to another landscape, to immerse them in a sea of green. With the I.M. Pei's Miho Museum we are continuing an architectural voyage that suits the Maison Louis Vuitton to a tee. For our 2018 Cruise fashion show we are transported into a tangled web of nature, geographical greatness and a unique architectural vision.
Louis Vuitton's Cruise fashion show will be broadcasted live May 14th, on louisvuitton.com.
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Louis Vuitton presents its Cruise collection at the Miho Museum east of Kyoto.
Louis Vuitton is heading to Kyoto, Japan, for its Cruise collection, which will be held on Sunday, May 14th.Instagram Fashion Show Ready to wear Cruise Nicolas Ghesquière
Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons collaboration, a series of photographs by Patrick Demarchelier.
The collaboration was unveiled and celebrated with an exceptional dinner, placed next to the Mona Lisa, in the Salle des Etats. Celebrities Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux, Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connelly, Catherine Deneuve, Léa Seydoux, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Chloë Sevigny, and Doona Bae were all photographed by Patrick Demarchelier behind one of the five new bags of the collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons.Jeff Koons Collaboration Artists Art
Louis Vuitton unveiled yesterday, April 11th 2017, a new collection of bags and accessories designed with Jeff Koons at the Louvre Museum in Paris.
The collaboration was celebrated with an exceptional dinner placed next to the Mona Lisa, in the Salle des Etats, hosted by Bernard Arnault, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, LVMH and Jean-Luc Martinez, President-Director of the Louvre Museum, and in presence of the artist, Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux, Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connelly, Catherine Deneuve, Léa Seydoux, Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Natalia Vodianova, Chloë Sevigny, Doona Bae, Rila Fukushima among other guests from the art world.
Right in the heart of the Louvre Museum, meet the personnalities and watch the interview.Jeff Koons Collaboration Artists Art
Louis Vuitton unveils the second collection of bags and accessories designed with the world-renowned contemporary artist on October 27th, 2017.
In recent years, Louis Vuitton has affirmed its engagement with the world of art through a series of high-profile collaborations with the most influential artists of our time. The second series of the Jeff Koons Masters collection builds on the well-established foundation, further exploring the intersection of fashion and art.
This month, Louis Vuitton will launch a second collection conceived with Jeff Koons. Recognized as one of the most influential living artists and based on the artist’s “Masters” series of paintings, this second chapter will debut on October 27th, which will include: Reclining Girl by François Boucher; Delightful Land by Paul Gauguin; Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet; Water Lilies by Claude Monet; The Triumph of Pan by Nicolas Poussin (exclusive for Maison Louis Vuitton Vendôme) and Ancient Rome by J.m.W. Turner.
This new set of paintings relates to Koons’ connection to each of the artists. “They are part of my DNA,” Koons says “When somebody walks down the street with this bag, or sits in a cafe with this bag,” Koons says of the Manet Neverfull, “it’s communicating a love of humanism.”Jeff Koons Art Collaboration Icons
Louis Vuitton's latest advertising campaign, "Spirit of Travel", at the heart of Paris.
The photographer Patrick Demarchelier has captured the essence of the Louis Vuitton woman, embodied by actress and friend of the House, Michelle Williams.
Taking its name from "Rue des Capucines" in Paris, where Louis Vuitton opened his first store in 1854, the elegant Capucines handbag is softened by a delicate and feminine cut, inspired by the lace croquets technique. A homage to exceptional leather craftsmanship.Leather goods Photography Travel Michelle Williams