• LOUIS VUITTON FOR UNICEF: SILVER LOCKIT COLOR

    As part of its LOUIS VUITTON for UNICEF partnership, Louis Vuitton launches its third edition of the Silver Lockit Color bracelet for the summer.

    By purchasing the Silver Lockit Color, clients have the opportunity to support UNICEF, contributing to efforts for children in vulnerable situations, such as in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, where UNICEF has deployed the resources to help the children who are present in these zones devastated by the two cyclones. For example, these last weeks, over 540 000 children have received lifesaving vaccination - including against measles which is deadly when children are already ill or malnourished.

    Since the launch of the Silver Lockit in 2016, the partnership has raised over seven million euros for UNICEF.

    The Silver Lockit is a symbol of protection inspired by the tumbler lock invented by Georges Vuitton in 1890 to protect clients’ most precious belongings. It was chosen as a symbol of sealing one’s promise to help children at risk. The Silver Lockit Color retails at $250, $100 of which is donated to UNICEF.

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    UNICEF does not endorse any brand, product or service.

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  • CYCLONE IDAI - HELP THE CHILDREN NOW

    • CYCLONE IDAI - HELP THE CHILDREN NOW - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • CYCLONE IDAI - HELP THE CHILDREN NOW - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • CYCLONE IDAI - HELP THE CHILDREN NOW - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • CYCLONE IDAI - HELP THE CHILDREN NOW - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • CYCLONE IDAI - HELP THE CHILDREN NOW - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    Louis Vuitton supports UNICEF who is on the ground working to meet the immediate needs of affected children and their families in the wake of the Cyclone Idai and the Cyclone Kenneth.

    In March and April, Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe were hit by two cyclones in succession, devastating everything in their path.
    3 million people, more than half of whom are children, today need humanitarian assistance.

    Since 2016, thanks to your support, Louis Vuitton has raised more than 7 million euros for UNICEF to help children in emergencies.
    Some of this amount, more than € 300,000, will help vulnerable children and their families in East African countries affected by these natural disasters.

    Like them, 1.6 million children today need urgent and vital help.
    You can help them and #MAKEAPROMISE by making a direct donation to UNICEF: https://help.unicef.org/help-children-affected-cyclone-idai-lv

    Photo 1: 6-year-old Nilda Alberta has just received her education kit in Beira, Mozambique. The school has been badly damaged by two recent hurricanes that hit Mozambique and neighboring countries © UNICEF / UN0299183 / Oatway

    Photo 2: Aruminda and his younger brother Antonio are living in a camp in Mozambique. © UNICEF/UN0296171/DE WET

    Photo 3: On April 1, 2019, 12-year-old Leonora Jose and her 11-year-old friend Olga Romao pose in a destroyed classroom in Beira, Mozambique. The school was badly damaged during the cyclone Idaï. © UNICEF/UN0294994/De Wet

    Photo 4: On May 1, 2019, in Pemba, Mozambique, Carlota Rosario, her baby, Nunes Jose, and a few other children are sitting in a shelter after the destruction of their house because of the floods that followed the passage of cyclone Kenneth. All they possessed was taken away. © UNICEF/UN0307692/De Wet

    Photos 5: On March 24, 2019 in Mozambique, Caelono Colote, 15, holds the pages of her textbook in a flooded area after Cyclone Idai in Beira. © UNICEF/UN0291852/Prinsloo

    Together we can #MAKEAPROMISE by donating today

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  • TIME CAPSULE EXHIBITION IN MEXICO CITY

    A selection of Louis Vuitton’s most memorable and emblematic creations, as well as key moments of Louis Vuitton’s history will be showcased at El Palacio de Hierro starting from May 29th, 2019.

    Time Capsule is a journey through the history of the Maison that revisits its landmark innovations in technology and design. Traveling from the Maison's beginnings in 1854 to the present day, the story is told using rare and celebrated objects selected from the Louis Vuitton archive. The exhibition demonstrates the ways in which Louis Vuitton has anticipated changing needs and desires over the last 160 years. 

    Mexico City will be the 14th city to host the exhibit. Located at El Palacio de Hierro, the most emblematic department store in Mexico, and the largest department store in Latin America, the exhibit opens unprecedented access to some of the most valuable pieces from Louis Vuitton’s archives.

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    TIME CAPSULE MEXICO CITY
    May 29th to June 23rd, 2019

    Open daily
    Monday - Sunday: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

    Av. Moliere 222, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco,
    11570 Ciudad de México

    Free Admission
    Last entries to exhibition: 20 minutes before closing.
    Exhibition rooms close 10 minutes before.

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  • ARNAULT FAMILY AND THE LVMH GROUP DONATE TO NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS

    Arnault Family and the LVMH Group Donate to Notre-Dame de Paris - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    In the wake of the Notre-Dame de Paris fire, the Arnault Family and LVMH Group commit 200 million euros for the reconstruction of the extraordinary cathedral.

    Louis Vuitton is proud to be a part of the LVMH Group, which, along with the Arnault Family, is committed to assisting with the reconstruction of this extraordinary cathedral, symbol of France, its heritage and its unity. Together they will donate 200 million euros to the fund dedicated to the reconstruction of this architectural work.

    In the meantime, the LVMH Group offers its teams – including creative, architectural and financial specialists - to help the State and relevant authorities with the long work of reconstruction and fundraising.

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  • HELP CHILDREN AFFECTED BY CYCLONE IDAI

    HELP CHILDREN AFFECTED BY CYCLONE IDAI - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    Louis Vuitton supports UNICEF who is on the ground working to meet the immediate needs of affected children and their families in the wake of the Cyclone Idai.

    On March 14th, 2019, Tropical Cyclone Idai made its deadly assault on Mozambique and neighboring countries. Today, 1.5 million children are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance, like Aruminda and her little brother Antonio, settled in a camp for displaced people in Mozambique.

    Please consider supporting UNICEF’s efforts to provide critical support to affected families.

    © unicef/un0292275/de wet

    Donate to Unicef

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