Reminiscent of the famous Louis Vuitton Sac Plat, an iconic shape initially launched in 1968, the Onthego also draws its inspiration from the Maison’s shopping bags. First introduced in the Monogram Reverse canvas as an oversized model, the bag now comes in a medium size as well as in a Monogram Empreinte iteration. The collection is available exclusively online now.
For Spring, Louis Vuitton launches new versions of the on-trend Onthego tote bag.Leather goods Handbags Monogram
For his Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2020 Collection, Men's Artistic Director Virgil Abloh investigates the lifelong relationship formed by adolescent and young men with shirting and suiting.
Clouds provided the backdrop and recurring symbol of freedom and creativity, bringing a dreamlike aspect to the collection’s traditional men’s wardrobe starting point. Finding its way across canvas, leather, sequins, or textiles, on both bags, clothing and accessories, the cloudscape motif also appears in the form of the LV against a gradient blue Monogram.
In twisting and turning old-world dress codes, Louis Vuitton’s Artistic Director neutralises, re-appropriates and embraces them for a progressive joie de vivre. By reshaping classic Louis Vuitton forms of the Keepall or the Soft Trunk, bending them to follow the curve of the body, he highlights the Maison’s technical savoir-faire at the service of contemporary creations.Menswear Virgil Abloh Runway Front Row
Revisiting the Louis Vuitton Men's Fall-Winter 2020 Show through the distinctive lens of director Umi Ishihara.
Surrealism is the instinctive act of making the ordinary extraordinary. The abstraction of the familiar expands our routine horizons and makes us see the world through unfazed eyes. Virgil Abloh applies the mechanics of the surreal to rewind the clock on our collective age-inflicted comprehension. Gazing at the world through the optics of a child – of an adolescent or a young man – is tantamount to first impressions, to the purity of mind and the refreshing optimism of naivety. The turn of a decade heralds an appetite for fresh motivations.Menswear Virgil Abloh Runway Front Row
For his Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2020 Collection, Men's Artistic Director Virgil Abloh studies the evolving anthropology of the suit and the reprogramming of traditional dress codes.
Tailoring and the tapered silhouette – the firm symbols of convention, trade and success – depart their corporate comfort zone: twisted and turned, the dress codes of an old world are neutralised, re-appropriated and embraced for a progressive joie de vivre. Employing his evolving premise of boyhood at Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh investigates the lifelong relationship formed by adolescent and young men with shirting and suiting. It is a material and figurative exercise in freedom, presented within the familiar constrictions of tailoring.
An image of Heaven on Earth informs a palette of sky blue and cloud white, set against the colours of the traditional men’s shirting and suiting wardrobe. Through childlike optics, formal tones including black, navy, burgundy, beige and camel are elevated from their conventional codes and imbued with new values. Shots of fluorescent colours are employed to lift garments out of their familiar connotations.Menswear Virgil Abloh Runway Front Row
An overview of the celebrities attending the Louis Vuitton Men's Fall-Winter 2020 Fashion Show in Paris.
Louis Vuitton hosted numerous guests including Bella Hadid, J Balvin, Kris Wu, Migos, Ryuhei Matsuda, Leo Chen, Ashton Sanders, Daniel Kaluuya, Pop Smoke, Tyga and Diplo, among others.Menswear Virgil Abloh Runway Front Row