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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

SEE NOW BUY NOW FROM THE SPRING 2019 RUNWAYS

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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30 May

Louis Vuitton Resort 2019

Louis Vuitton‘s Resort 2019 collection debuted at the Maeght Foundation museum of modern art in the south of France, marking Nicolas Ghesquière‘s fifth cruise collection for the luxury house. This season took on a more free-spirited attitude that fused ’80s eclecticism with signature LV codes, much of which was built upon opposing elements — angular shoulders with billowing silks, cool neutrals offset with kaleidoscopic hues, and a medley of pattern clashing assisted by colorful metallics, bohemian prints and touches of the iconic LV Monogram print. Notable pieces include the cape and bomber jackets lined with LV Monogram, the patterned ’80s metallic cropped jackets, the boxy suit pieces and the feather tops. Perhaps the biggest hits of the range, however, fell in the...
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