• FALL/WINTER ACCESSORIES AND QUENTIN JONES

    Quentin Jones, artist and fashion filmmaker, creates a film in celebration of the new Fall/Winter Women’s collection.

    With the arrival of scarves, shawls, and belts in this next season's colors and fashion jewelry in distinct styles, Quentin Jones has played with the designs' shapes from the more geometric and jagged edged, to the spotted and warmer tones of the pieces.

    For Fall/Winter 2013, the Fashion Jewellery collection revisits signature themes and introduces new ones, offering a myriad of exciting and enticing options...As ever, the importance of the Art Deco era, which inspired the creation of some Louis Vuitton icons, is perceptible in the collection's bold, graphic shapes and daring mixes of materials.

    While the Karakoram scarves pull a pattern from the Pre-fall ready-to-wear, the Monogram shawls, belts, and Spike It cuffs take character from the Monogram Empreinte leather goods collection.

    In a mix of collage and photo montage, all of the shapes fall into fun arrangements depicting the universe and revealing the different ways the accessories can be paired and worn.

    Illustration Accessories Sunglasses
  • Live Women's Spring/Summer 2014 Fashion Show

    Wherever you are, follow the Women‘s Fashion Show on Wednesday 2nd October at 10am (GMT+1).

    Louis Vuitton will conclude the Paris Fashion Week with another stunning show at the prestigious Cour Carrée du Louvre.

    With this live broadcast, witness once again how Marc Jacobs has continued to define the House’s fashion universe.

    Make sure to follow Louis Vuitton's official social media pages for additional insider content.

    Fashion Show Marc Jacobs Ready to Wear Live
  • L’AVENTURE POP UP STORE

    On September 12th, L’Aventure, a Louis Vuitton exclusive pop-up store located at 22 Avenue Montaigne in Paris, will open its doors to the public until December 31st.

    "The Monogram must have been sent round every airport carousel in the world, and been through every cruise Terminal and train station. The legendary signature has adventure embedded in its core."
    Tyler Brulé

    Created in collaboration with multi-faceted editor Tyler Brulé, this unprecedented space will highlight Louis Vuitton’s expert authority on travel. To accompany globetrotters from the past to the present, wherever they may roam, this store will offer not only specific and exclusive products, but also a number of unique services. This includes Personalisation (special orders, My Monogram service, painting or hot stamping), the Art of Packing (which calls to mind Louis Vuitton’s original profession as “clothes packer”), or repair and after-sales support by our expert craftsmen.

    From trunk beds destined for expeditions on the African continent to luggage designed to equip half-track vehicles across Asia, adventure is intrinsic to Louis Vuitton. The House pays tribute to this thirst for conquering the unknown and celebrates elegance on the move with luggage in the legendary Monogram canvas, travel accessories and looks for the modern traveller.

    Video Stores Monogram Luggage Curator
  • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel

    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ‘Timeless Muses’ opens at the Tokyo Station Hotel - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    Louis Vuitton will showcase the exhibition ‘Timeless Muses’ at the Tokyo Station Hotel from August 31st until September 23rd.

    Louis Vuitton has been inspired by a number of fascinating women throughout the history of the House. Some have a long-standing relationship with Louis Vuitton and others have inspired products or entire collections. One woman in particular, the Empress Eugènie, played a key role in the life of Louis Vuitton himself. Her aura, influence and passion for travel fuelled his worldwide fame and she became the house’s first and devoted ambassadress.

    The exhibition ‘Timeless Muses’, which is hosted in the recently renovated Tokyo Station Hotel, allows visitors to discover not only Empress Eugènie but also five other fascinating women who are part of the Louis Vuitton story. Charlotte Perriand, Françoise Sagan, Catherine Deneuve, Kate Moss and Sofia Coppola all light up the world around them and possess an individual vision. Adventuresses, pioneers and conquerors of a world in motion, these six women are Louis Vuitton’s muses.

    Open now to the public, the exhibition ‘Timeless Muses’ uses immersive digital technology to enable visitors to discover these six exceptional women.

    Tokyo Event
  • AND THE LOUIS VUITTON CUP WINNER IS...

    • AND THE LOUIS VUITTON CUP WINNER IS... - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • AND THE LOUIS VUITTON CUP WINNER IS... - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • AND THE LOUIS VUITTON CUP WINNER IS... - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • AND THE LOUIS VUITTON CUP WINNER IS... - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    • AND THE LOUIS VUITTON CUP WINNER IS... - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    This 34th edition of the Louis Vuitton Cup held in the San Francisco bay finally reveals the winner and the challenger for the next America's Cup.

    Two finalists, Italian team Luna Rossa and Team Emirates New Zealand, battled out the last races, at times with glimpses of a close race. With Skipper Dean Barker and Team Emirates New Zealand in the lead, and hardly any mechanical failures, they took 4-1 in the finals. According to Luna Rossa Skipper Max Sirena, their team had to count on being perfect for any chances of winning against the kiwis.

    Lo and behold, Team Emirates New Zealand took the title and are now holders of the 34th Louis Vuitton Cup. They take on the challenge to race against Team Oracle USA on September 7th. Crowds gathered to view the prize awarded to the team and celebrations continued at a gala dinner held at The Fairmont Hotel.

    Since 1983, the Louis Vuitton Cup has been the trophy awarded to the winner of the Challenger Selection Series for the America’s Cup.

    Sailing San Francisco