Discover the most fascinating cities in the world and the application.

    The City Guides collection is expanding. Amsterdam, Lisbon, San Francisco and Taipei join the Louis Vuitton City Guide collection while the mobile app continues to evolve.

    Since 1998, Louis Vuitton has been sharing its unique take on the world through its City Guides, offering a careful selection of addresses delivered with flair and conviction.

    Highlighting the latest trends and offering unique recommendations, the regularly updated contents of each guide are adapted for travellers as well as residents of the cities being explored.

    Launched last year, the mobile application now proposes 29 world cities and thousands of addresses. Easy to use, the App is just a click away from turning you into a local. Your route to the best possible travel experience.

    Discover the City Guide universe here

    Download on the App Store here

    Tags: City Guide, Application, Books


    The exhibition Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection will take place at Fondation Louis Vuitton from October 22nd 2016 to February 20th 2017.

    One of the most prominent events of the France-Russia Year of Cultural Tourism (2016-2017), this exhibition pays tribute to one of the greatest art patrons of the early 20th century, Sergei Shchukin, the visionary Russian collector of French modern art.

    Thanks to the generous contribution of the Hermitage Museum and the Pushkin State Museum, which took part in the creation of the project, the exhibition will have the opportunity to present a significant ensemble of 160 major pieces by the Impressionist, Post-Impressionists and Modern masters from the Shchukin collection. There will be a particular emphasis on the art of Monet, Cézanne, Gauguin, Rousseau, Derain, Matisse and Picasso, alongside works from Degas, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec and Van Gogh.

    Fondation Louis Vuitton
    Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection
    8, avenue du Mahatma Gandhi, Paris XVI
    From October 22nd 2016 to February 20th 2017.

    Discover the exhibition here

    Tags: The Fondation, Exhibition


    Meet the future of luxurious and innovative rollling luggage designed by Marc Newson.

    Get a sneak peek of the Louis Vuitton New Rolling Luggage. Imagined by Marc Newson, one of the most influential designer of its generation, the result of this collaboration breaks new grounds in terms of functionalities and convenience when travelling.

    Shot by Patrick Demarchelier in Rio de Janeiro, this series of photographs reveals a large range of pop-coloured and ultra-light luggages.

    From Monogram canvas to a rainbow of 7 colours of Epi leather, these contemporary trunks come in two cabin sizes. You can explore the whole collection as well as additional content here.

    Tags: Leather Goods, Travel, Luggage, Marc Newson


    Seven Louis Vuitton City Guides are now available in Chinese version.

    Since 1998, Louis Vuitton has been sharing its unique take on the world through its City Guides, offering a careful selection of addresses chosen with originality. A mobile App is also available to complement the collection. Easy to use, in one click you’ll be as well- informed as any local.
    On your way to the best travel experience possible.

    Seven Louis Vuitton City Guides are now available in Chinese version: Shanghai
    and Beijing, and for the first time Paris, New York, London, Rome and Tokyo.

    Discover the most fascinating cities of the world here

    Tags: City Guide, Travel, Books


    The Espace Louis Vuitton München is pleased to present Les Approches, showcasing the positions of filmmaker Chantal Akerman and French artist Annette Messager.

    For its first 2016 exhibition, the Espace Louis Vuitton München presents the exhibition Les Approches as part of the Fondation Louis Vuitton  "Hors-les-murs" project, showcasing the artistic positions of the Belgian-born experimental filmmaker Chantal Akerman and the French visual artist Annette Messager.

    Les Approches, examines existential and autobiographical elements that form a common thread in artists’ oeuvres, including their mutual quest to improve both representations of women and the position of female artists in the broader critical context of the visual arts since the 1970s.

    Discover more about the exhibition here.

    Tags: Residenzpost, Munich, Espace Culturel, Exhibition