Tag: Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton presented its 2020 Cruise collection this Wednesday at New York’s JFK Airport in a dynamic and daring fashion show.
The big fashion brands are no longer just outlining the trends for the coming season and making garments, but have also expanded their market through restaurants.
Louis Vuitton returns with the third and final campaign of their Spring/Summer 2019 collection designed by Virgil Abloh.
Louis Vuitton and Virgil Abloh have decided to eliminate the pieces that allude to Michael Jackson in his Fall19 collection.
Yesterday, the Louvre Museum was transformed into the Pompidou art and culture centre, to house the new Louis Vuitton collection for the Autumn/Winter 2019 season.
Travelling is one of the elements that has always distinguished Louis Vuitton’s DNA. And under that concept – taken to the extreme – nss offers us a new editorial approach to the collection.
Inspired by Japan, the first Pre-Fall collection by Abloh for Louis Vuitton explores the intersection between childhood and men’s fashion.
Virgil Abloh presents his second proposal for the French house. This time his reference was Michael Jackson.
In anticipation of the launch of the first Virgil Abloh collection for Louis Vuitton, we now have access to the preview of the pieces that will make up the brand’s SS19.
This evening, Louis Vuitton and Nicolas Ghesquière, who dug into their archives to offer an innovative and youthful collection, put an end to the Paris Fashion Week.
The iconic tailor returns 25 years later with Gucci to close the cycle of fashion he started: the luxury streetwear cycle.
The designer’s debut for the Louis Vuitton SS19 collection ended with a hug that made more headlines than the collection itself. We analyze one of the iconic moments in the history of contemporary fashion.
The Maeght Foundation in Paris hosted the presentation of a collection inspired by the French hills, in which XXL accessories, eccentricity and prints created a unique narrative thread.
Vuitton’s fanny pack has driven instagram crazy. Supported by their iconic monogram, they offer us a medium sized bag, with gold zippers and all made of cowhide.
The rumors were true, it’s official: Virgil Abloh has just been named artistic director of the men’s line of the French maison: Louis Vuitton.
Kim Jones will leave a big impression. His creative capacity and ability to interpret trends has placed the signature of L and V in a superior status.