The Monogram flowers, iconic signatures of the Maison since 1896, have been pavé-set with brilliant diamonds, creating a new line that is both precious and elegant, yet easy to wear every day. In pink, yellow or white gold, the new rings, bracelets, earrings, and pendants offer ultra-feminine and modern look.
Louis Vuitton’s Idylle Blossom Jewelry Collection introduces new designs featuring pavé diamonds.Fine Jewellery Monogram
Best wishes for 2020 from Louis Vuitton.
It's time to celebrate. May you ring in the New Year with uninhibited joy, laughter and style.
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Bonnes fêtes! Buone feste a tutti! Merry Christmas! Happy holidays!
No matter how you say it, Louis Vuitton wishes you a season full of joy shared with your loved ones.
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This season sees the launch of new Louis Vuitton LV Archlight sneakers in pop colors and fun details.
The LV Archlight’s instantly recognizable silhouette, with its oversized, wave-shaped outsole, now comes in two bold new models. One combines pops of translucent color for a retro flair, while the other enhances the futuristic design with extra-reflective, metallic details.Nicolas Ghesquière Shoes Sneakers
The Fondation Louis Vuitton opens a large-scale exhibition dedicated to Charlotte Perriand
Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999), a free woman, pioneer of modernity, a leading figure of the XX century design, who contributed to the definition of a new art de vivre.
Charlotte Perriand was born on 24 October 1903 in Paris. She studied at the École de l'Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs from 1920 to 1925. Two years later, she began working as an interior designer, based at her studio on Place Saint-Sulpice. Her research and interest in furniture design led her to collaborate with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret in the 1920s and 1930s.
To mark the twentieth anniversary of the passing of Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999), the Fondation pays tribute to her as an architect and visionary creator through an exhibition of her work exploring the links between art, architecture and design.
Left: Charlotte Perriand face à la vallée, vers 1930 © ADAGP, Paris 2019 © AChP
Right: Charlotte Perriand sur la « Chaise longue basculante, B306 » (1928-1929) – Le Corbusier, P. Jeanneret, C. Perriand, vers 1928 © F.L.C. / ADAGP, Paris 2019 © AChPFondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition Charlotte Perriand