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19 Apr


Louis Vuitton has unveiled a new selection of accessories and decor pieces as part of its latest home goods range. Leading the “Games” category is the previous Jenga-inspired Monogram Tower, along with a dice case, Vivienne playing cards and pouch, and pouch Arsène with playing cards. The “Sporting Goods” group features dumbbells, a ping pong set and the Christopher jump rope, which all arrive in the fashion house’s signature monogram Eclipse pattern. Finally, the “Collectors Items” and “Decor” consists of a vinyl holder, a Vivienne music box, as well as chic homeware pieces like the monogram plates and cups set. Take a detailed look at the items in the gallery above. Louis Vuitton’s home goods collection is now available to purchase online....
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9 Mar


Back in December, Virgil Abloh made headlines with the announcement that BAPE founder NIGO would design a capsule collection for Louis Vuitton. After months of anticipation, the lookbook for the hyped collaboration, titled “LV²” (Louis Vuitton squared), has been revealed. “LV²” marks Abloh’s very first collaboration for Louis Vuitton since being named the label’s Men’s Artistic Director in 2018. The range merges the aesthetics of London’s Mod era with both Abloh and NIGO’s streetwear sensibility. Leather goods feature an enlarged version of the Louis Vuitton Damier check. The top half of totes and duffel bags are overlaid with monogram paneling in the shape of dripping liquid, creating a trippy patchwork effect. Suiting, knitwear and denim are also printed with the oversized Damier check and feature a slim, streamlined fit characteristic of the ’60s. A...
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11 Feb

Louis Vuitton’s “The New Formals” Collection Reimagines Business Accessories

Louis Vuitton has unveiled its latest collection of men’s leather goods dubbed “The New Formals.” Revealed in a Johan Sandberg-shot lookbook, Louis Vuitton is set to introduce 7 shapes including 3 new leather styles later this year, each envisioned under the artistic direction of Virgil Abloh. “The New Formals” collection is effortlessly elegant, combining archetype design tropes from Abloh’s vision for LV alongside traditional business accessory components. As a result, the house’s business-lifestyle customer has been reimagined as one who values form and function, providing them with a briefcase that is made from black premium leather sporting an all-over grey LV monogram, squared at the edges in the same fashion of recent LV bags.   Elsewhere, the label presents a Steamer PM satchel made from supple, embossed LV...
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18 Jan

First Look at Virgil Abloh’s Latest Bags for Louis Vuitton

It's been nearly two years since Virgil Abloh was appointed creative director for Louis Vuitton Menswear. Abloh's direction breathed new life into the brand's men's collections, shining a bright light on them and attracting attention from both men and women. Abloh's creative vision has always been rooted in streetwear, and at a time in fashion when street style ready collections reign supreme, Abloh's designs have been incredibly well-received. For Fall-Winter 2020 Abloh took a look at the ever-evolving men's suit and aimed to challenge traditional dress codes. At the same time, Abloh redefined what the term 'streetwear' actually means, characterizing it as ' the clothes we actually wear and the way we wear them.' In terms of bags, and there were many, monogram...
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11 Jan

Morocco to Celebrate Louis Vuitton SS20 Collection

Virgil Abloh has spotlight the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 collection in a new set of campaign imagery titled “Footprints,” and themed around “Man’s positive impact on the planet.” The campaign was shot in Tangier and Chefchaouen in Morocco by photographer Viviane Sassen, with four subsequent sets of imagery set to focus on other continents around the world. Flowers represented a key theme of the collection — which made its debut during Paris Fashion Week in June 2019 — with this motif celebrated throughout the campaign. This motif is described as a “naturally occurring metaphor for multiplicity” and is pictured alongside the models and talent, all of whom were scouted locally in Morocco. Other motifs in the campaign nod to the theme of boyhood, which has been ongoing reference...
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11 Aug

Louis Vuitton Monogram Jungle Collection

Earlier this year Louis Vuitton introduced an exaggerated version of its iconic Monogram print. Aptly named 'Monogram Giant,' the print was first introduced in a capsule collection for Summer 2019 in bold, bright colors. Soon after the Monogram Giant bags were also introduced in the brand's classic brown color way. The Monogram Giant print continues to be a big push for Louis Vuitton as the massive print was just given an animalistic makeover for the brand's latest capsule collection. The just-released Louis Vuitton Monogram Jungle Collection features the magnified print in neutral tones with animal print detailing. Described as ' the most daring interpretation of the classic Louis Vuitton pattern yet', the Monogram Jungle Collection is a fun iteration for the Louis Vuitton lover who is a little...
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29 Jun

“Louis Vuitton X” The New Exhibition

Almost immediately after premiering its Virgil Abloh-helmed Spring/Summer 2020 presentation, Louis Vuitton has launched an expansive exhibition to commemorate its 160th anniversary. “Louis Vuitton X” is a historical retrospective encompassing the house’s inimitable clothing, accessories and collaborations. Comprised of nine distinct “rooms,” the exhibition presents objects and artworks in the following order: “Louis Vuitton: As seen by…;” “Origins: A Tradition of Modernity;” “Reinterpreting Icons;” “The Monogram as a Blank Canvas;” “Art on Silk;” “Art Meets Fashion;” “Lights, Camera, Action! Louis Vuitton on the Red Carpet;” “Magic Malle: The Past is Present” and finally “Artycapucines: Six Visions of a Contemporary Classic.”   Each theme is an opportunity to showcase a selection of items from Vuitton’s archives, ranging from the trunks crafted under the supervision of the actual...
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26 Jun

Bags From Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Spring 2020

Late last week Louis Vuitton presented its Men's Spring Summer 2020 show in Paris. Menswear creative director Virgil Abloh is now a year into his reign at Louis Vuitton, and each new collection is more anticipated than the next. The bags in this collection paid homage to the light and airy nature of all that comes with spring and summer in Paris. There were pastel colors, floral accents, and of course plenty of monogram. Notable bags included Abloh's super popular soft trunk bag in a white embossed fabric monogram, and a stunning Keepall with painted florals. ...
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11 May

Louis Vuitton Presents its Cruise 2020 Bags

 Louis Vuitton has revealed its Nicolas Ghesquière-designed Cruise 2020 bag collection featuring OLED screens at its women’s New York show. A duffle bag and a bucket bag have been given the OLED treatment so far. The bags combine patent black leather panels with the Malletier’s signature LV monogram canvas motif in its traditional blend of brown and cream emblems. The screens themselves display moving city scenes and contrast the seemingly traditional bags with its use of oversaturated, high-contrast colors and futuristic graphics.   The Instagram account @dlouisvdotcom also reports that the display on the bucket bag is a touchscreen and appears on both the back and the front of the bag. Louis Vuitton’s runway also showcased other standout bags including a skyscraper-inspired clutch and a jewel-encrusted mini-trunk box...
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9 Oct


The Spring 2019 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris made for a long month of shakeups and controversies in addition to a number of delightful, excellent collections. We have our favorites, as do you, we're sure.  Valentino OFF-WHITE Celine Dior Louis Vuitton Gucci Once again, we asked the womenswear buying directors at a few of the world's top luxury retail destinations to round up some of the looks that got them pulling out their checkbooks this season. Fendi and Valentino were especially popular, and it looks like Burberry and Celine — which both debuted the first designs by new creative directors — will be getting significant orders as well. To see what 24 Sèvres, The Webster, Browns and Net-a-Porter will be stocking next spring and why, click through the galleries below....
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