Embark on an immersive journey through 160 years of creative exchanges with Louis Vuitton's new exhibition Louis Vuitton X, opening to the public on June 28th through November 10th, 2019 at the iconic 468 North Rodeo Drive building in Beverly Hills, California.
Louis Vuitton announces the opening of the exhibition Louis Vuitton X dedicated to the Maison's long history of artistic collaborations and premiering the new Artycapucines Collection.Exhibition Artistic Collaboration Artycapucines
Now more clients can personalise their Run Away sneakers thanks to the expanded smaller sizing offer and the Now Yours service available online.
The combinations are endless, and now even more clients can take advantage of the Now Yours service wherever they are to customize Louis Vuitton Run Away sneakers with the expansion of the offer to smaller shoe sizes. The personalisation service, already available in select stores worldwide, has now launched online. Choose from a selection of colors, materials, and stripes, and personalise your sneakers with your initials: each pair will be a unique creation. Louis Vuitton's traditional codes are at your disposal, bringing the Maison's long history of personalisation to footwear.
Visit one of the main Louis Vuitton stores listed below, or contact our Client services to have a complete list of stores offering the Now Yours service.
Paris - Maison Champs-Élysées
London - Harrods Men
London - New Bond Street
Milano - Via Montenapoleone
Amsterdam - Hoofstraat
Moscow - Tsum
Dubai - Mall Shoes
Kuwait - Avenues
Beijing - Shin Kong Men
Shanghai - Plaza 66
Guangzhou - Tianhe
Nanjing - Deji Plaza
Hong Kong - 5 Canton Road
Hong Kong - Pacific Place
Singapore - Marina Bay
Seoul - Shinsegae Main Men
Tokyo - Omotesando
Tokyo - Matsuya Ginza
Osaka - Shinsaibashi
Fukuoka - Tenjin
Sydney - George Street
New York - Fifth Avenue
Beverly Hills - Rodeo Drive
Costa Mesa – South Coast PlazaRun Away Shoes Personalization
Combining timeless appeal with modern relevance, the Speedy is one of Louis Vuitton’s most recognizable bags.
Created in the 1930s, the Speedy bag has become synonymous with Louis Vuitton’s signature Spirit of Travel. Originally named the Express, the original design was a reflection of the advent of the new, faster modes of transportation that dramatically transformed everyday life. During the 1960s, Louis Vuitton created a smaller size as a special order for Audrey Hepburn, and thus one of the most recognizable city bags was born. Continually reimagined in new colors and materials season after season, the Louis Vuitton Speedy bag has earned the status of a timeless icon.Handbags
Louis Vuitton releases a new edition in its Fashion Eye book series devoted to Saint Tropez, through the lens of Osma Harvilahti.
Finnish photographer Osma Harvilahti was chosen to share his understated and intimate view of Saint Tropez, the town on the French Riviera more often associated with the glamour of international jet set travelers. Harvilahti’s photographs have always been fundamentally documentary in nature, culled with spontaneity and nuance from the world around him. Making personal projects about the places he visits and the people he encounters along the way, he plucks out the most intimate and vivid details of his surroundings to fix within the frame.
What began as an early interest in street photography, and a penchant for the pure lines and formal order of the Bauhaus movement, slowly evolved into a sensitivity towards curating and capturing the compositions of everyday phenomena. Harvilahti has honed a brightly colored, clean and graphic aesthetic that interrogates pattern, shadow, form, and surface with aching honesty.Books Travel Photography
Louis Vuitton releases a new edition in its Fashion Eye book series devoted to the French Riviera, through the lens of Slim Aarons.
Saint Tropez, Cannes, Antibes, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Monaco… the French Riviera is one of the most photogenic destinations that has long been favored by celebrities, socialites, and jet setters. Slim Aarons, the famed American photographer, saw his job as "photographing attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places," making him a natural choice to capture the spirit of the French Riviera for Louis Vuitton’s Fashion Eye series.
Slim Aarons began his career as a war photographer for US Army during World War II before contributing to the era’s most famous picture magazines such as Life, Holiday, Flair, Harper’s Bazaar, and Vogue. Known for his documentation of society’s elite at play and at parties, Aaron created a distinctive look that strongly influenced many fashion designers from the 1990s on. This new Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye brings together a selection of Aaron’s photographs taken in the French Riviera from the 1950s-1980s.Books Travel Photography