Louis Vuitton men’s artistic director Kim Jones continues his transcendent journey into travel and style. Kim Jones' highly anticipated 8th collection for the House will be held in the outstanding glass structure of the Parc André Citroën.
Stay tuned to view the collection and additional content here.
Discover Louis Vuitton’s menswear show, live on January 22nd at 2.30 pm Central European Time (GMT+2).
Louis Vuitton men’s artistic director Kim Jones continues his transcendent journey into travel and style. Kim Jones' highly anticipated 8th collection for the House will be held in the outstanding glass structure of the Parc André Citroën.Fashion show Kim Jones Ready to Wear Live
In light of the Men Fall 2015 fashion show at 2.30pm (CET) this Thursday, January 22nd, Kim Jones reveals a first glimpse of his new collection.
In collaboration with Mark Lebon, Kim Jones gives a short glimpse of his Fall 2015 collection in anticipation of the event later this week.Fashion show Ready to Wear Kim Jones Video
Discover the inspirations and preparation behind the Louis Vuitton Men Fall 2015 show through the eyes of Kim Jones, artistic director of men's collections.
Kim Jones will have his hand on the official Louis Vuitton Instagram account for one week in anticipation of the Fall 2015 fashion show, that will be held in Paris on Thursday 22nd January.
Follow Kim Jones on www.instagram.com/louisvuitton for an up close and personalised view of the show final preparations. Discover his inspirations and daily encounters, a true behind the scenes experience.Instagram Curator Fashion Show Ready to Wear Kim Jones
Bruce Weber is in Miami with Jennifer Connelly for the Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2015 campaign.
Caught up in a graphic play of shadow and light, Jennifer Connelly melds with lines and curves to become a defining element of the composition in the photographic series by Bruce Weber.
With the publication of this new campaign, Louis Vuitton is proud to announce that Jennifer Connelly is the Maison's new heroine.
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Juergen Teller shot Jean Campbell, Rianne Von Rompaey, Daphne Simons and Marte Mei van Haaster in a private Parisian townhouse.
Building on the original idea of staging a confrontation of the three photographer's vocabularies, 'SERIES 2' illustrates an international vision of fashion through its locales and the personal reflection of each artist.
The shoot by Juergen Teller took place in a setting that has all the characteristics of a classic, aristocratic French interior decor. Shadowy lighting, reinforced by the room's black paneling, creates a visual dissonance between what we think we know and what is uncustomary.Ad Campaign Ready to Wear Collaboration Film SERIES 2 Juergen Teller