• WOMEN'S FALL-WINTER 2019 CAMPAIGN FILM

    Directed by Albert Moya, the new campaign sees Léa Seydoux, Samara Weaving, Zhong Chu Xi, and a cast of models in Nicolas Ghesquière's eclectic collection.

    In homage to a certain culture of fashion, where one takes a stand and proudly expresses oneself, Louis Vuitton's Women's Artistic Director dreamt up a collection that is an invitation to cultural references. First presented last March at the Cour Carrée of the Louvre within a recreation of the Centre Pompidou, the Fall-Winter 2019 Collection is one in which the debate is deliberately lively, just like the emblematic building that inspired the runway set.

    For the Campaign, actresses Léa Seydoux, Samara Weaving, Zhong Chu Xi, are accompanied by a cast as they prepare backstage in this film shot by Albert Moya.

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    Womenswear Nicolas Ghesquière Campaign
  • TROMPE L'ŒIL MONOGRAM SHAWLS

    Playful and unexpected, Louis Vuitton's new textile capsule plays with perspective on four fun designs.

    The elegant tone-on-tone Monogram shawl, a mainstay in the Louis Vuitton textile lineup, has been cleverly screen-printed and embellished this season to create eye-catching optical illusions. Four instantly recognisable designs appear to float on the shawls: the Petite Malle bag, the Archlight sneakers, the Party sunglasses and the Maison's signature chain handbag handles. Details such as the Monogram canvas, high-shine pigments and metallic studs reinforce the illusion.

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    Womenswear Textiles Capsule
  • ENDLESS RUNNER VIDEO GAME

    Louis Vuitton invites you to play the new Endless Runner game, inspired by the city streetscape and 1980s influences of the Men's Fall-Winter 2019 Fashion Show.

    See how far you can run in the retro-style Endless Runner game by jumping over sidewalk obstacles and collecting Louis Vuitton tokens. Coinciding with the Collection's launch in stores and online, the video game revisits the New York City set of Virgil Abloh's Men's Fall-Winter 2019 Fashion Show that took place in Paris earlier this year.

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    Menswear Virgil Abloh Game
  • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL

    • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • TEXTILE COLLABORATION WITH ALEX ISRAEL - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    For Fall-Winter 2019, Louis Vuitton has collaborated with Alex Israel on a textile collection featuring the Los Angeles-based artist’s trademark vibrant pop aesthetic.

    An original and strikingly modern addition to Alex Israel’s searching exploration of art and branding, the cultural and the commercial, the new eight-piece collection features playful and beautiful scarves, shawls, blankets and a bandeau.

    The Louis Vuitton-Alex Israel Textile Collection was unveiled in Los Angeles on 27th June 2019, and is available in select stores as of 28th June 2019.

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    Alex Israel Artistic Collaboration Summer
  • UNVEILING OF THE RIDERS OF THE KNIGHTS IN PRAGUE

    This year, Louis Vuitton premiered the new High Jewellery Collection ‘Riders of the Knights’ at an exclusive preview event at the historic Prague Castle.

    After Capri, Saint-Tropez, Hawaii and Rome, Prague was chosen as this year’s destination for Louis Vuitton to unveil the latest High Jewellery Collection. Continuing a tradition of offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences that immerse guests in the Collection’s inspiration, the Maison chose the Prague Castle to premiere the exceptional new pieces that make up the Riders of the Knights Collection. A historical landmark and UNESCO monument, the Prague Castle consists of palaces and ecclesiastical buildings of various architectural styles, from the Romanesque to the Gothic. This architecture provides an appropriate backdrop for the Riders of the Knights Collection, which pays tribute to heroines from medieval times and achieves an immersive aesthetic drawing from medieval codes of chivalry and heraldic crests.

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    High Jewellery Precious Stones