• SENNA'S LOUIS VUITTON PRESTIGE SKIN

    SENNA'S LOUIS VUITTON PRESTIGE SKIN - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    The League of Legends Champion Senna wears a look designed by Nicolas Ghesquière as part of Louis Vuitton's ongoing collaboration with Riot Games.

    The Artistic Director of Women's Collections has designed a second True Damage Prestige Skin for a League of Legends Champion, following his first creation last year for Qiyana. 

    Senna's in-game Prestige Louis Vuitton skin will be exclusively unlockable from 4th February 2020. Players can earn the skin by playing a certain amount of games of League of Legends during this time, collecting in-game currency after each game that will let them unlock it. The second Louis Vuitton x League of Legends capsule will be available on louisvuitton.com and at the following Louis Vuitton stores as of 14th February 2020:

    THAILAND - BANGKOK (pre-launch on 11th February 2020)
    FRANCE - PARIS CHAMPS ELYSÉES
    UK – LONDON Selfridges
    EMIRATES - DUBAI MALL
    ITALY – Milan Galleria
    USA - NEW YORK 5TH AVENUE
    USA - LA RODEO DRIVE
    CHINA – BEIJING SHIN KONG PLACE
    CHINA – SHANGHAI IFS
    CHINA – CHENGDU IFS
    HONG KONG – CANTON ROAD
    SINGAPORE - LV MARINA BAY SANDS STORE
    KOREA – SEOUL LMVS
    JAPAN – TOKYO MATSUYA GINZA
    JAPAN – OSAKA MATSUYA MIDOSUJI
    AUSTRALIA - SYDNEY LV GEORGE STREET STORE

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    Sports Partnerships Collaboration Nicolas Ghesquière
  • LOUIS VUITTON X NBA

    Louis Vuitton x NBA - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    Louis Vuitton announces a global partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA) making the Maison the first Official Trophy Travel Case provider.

    The partnership continues a long history of Louis Vuitton creating trophy cases for the world’s most coveted trophies. The multi-year partnership with the NBA marks Louis Vuitton’s first and only partnership with a North American sports league. Crafted in the Maison’s historic Asnières Ateliers on the outskirts of Paris, the bespoke case will house and display the Larry O’Brien Trophy that is presented annually in June to the NBA team that wins The Finals.

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  • SENNA IN LOUIS VUITTON BY NICOLAS GHESQUIÈRE

    Senna in Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquière - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    Louis Vuitton’s Artistic Director of Women’s Collections reveals a second prestige skin for a League of Legends Champion as part of the Maison’s collaboration with Riot Games.

    Initiated last year, the landmark partnership already saw a Louis Vuitton-crafted Trophy Trunk for the 2019 Summoner’s Cup, a prestige skin for champion Qiyana, and a first capsule collection of ready-to-wear, accessories and more. This year, Nicolas Ghesquière has designed another prestige skin, this time for the champion Senna, as well as a corresponding capsule collection.

    Senna's in-game Prestige Louis Vuitton skin will be exclusively unlockable from 4th February 2020. Players can earn the skin by playing a certain amount of games of League of Legends during this time, collecting in-game currency after each game that will let them unlock it.

    The second Louis Vuitton x League of Legends capsule will be available on louisvuitton.com and at the following Louis Vuitton stores as of 14th February 2020:

    FRANCE - PARIS LV CHAMPS ELYSEES STORE
    UK - LONDON LV SELFRIDGES STORE
    EMIRATES - LV DUBAI MALL STORE
    ITALY - LV MILAN GALLERIA STORE
    CHINA - LV SHANGHAI IFC STORE
    CHINA - LV CHENGDU IFS STORE
    HONG KONG - LV CANTON ROAD STORE
    THAILAND - BANGKOK LV PARAGON STORE
    THAILAND - BANGKOK ICON SIAM
    SINGAPORE - LV MARINA BAY SAND STORE
    AUSTRALIA - SYDNEY LV GEORGES STREET STORE
    KOREA - SEOUL LV LMVS STORE
    JAPAN - TOKYO LV MATSUYA GINZA STORE
    JAPAN - OSAKA LV MATSUYA MIDOSUJI STORE
    US - NEW YORK LV FIFTH AVENUE STORE
    US - LOS ANGELES LV RODEO DRIVE STORE
    US - HOUSTON LV GALLERIA STORE

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  • CHARLOTTE PERRIAND: INVENTING A NEW WORLD

    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 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 © AChP

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    Fondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition Charlotte Perriand
  • CHARLOTTE PERRIAND: INVENTING A NEW WORLD

    Discover the Fondation Louis Vuitton's major exhibition dedicated to designer Charlotte Perriand.

    Fondation Louis Vuitton has opened a large-scale retrospective dedicated to Charlotte Perriand, a free woman, pioneer of modernity and a leading figure of 20th-century design who contributed to the definition of a new art de vivre, that will be on exhibition until 24th February 2020. In this short film, enjoy an overview of the exhibition that explores the links between art, architecture and design as a tribute to this visionary creator. 

    Visitors to the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris have a unique opportunity to engage directly with Perriand's world of modernity thanks to meticulously researched, faithful reconstitutions that include works of art she selected, thus exemplifying her vision of a “synthesis of the arts”.

    Charlotte Perriand on a « Chaise longue basculante, B306 » (1928-1929) – Le Corbusier, P. Jeanneret, C. Perriand, circa 1928 © F.L.C. / ADAGP, Paris 2019 © AChP

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    Fondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition Charlotte Perriand