• MY LV WORLD TOUR MEN'S READY-TO-WEAR: NOW ONLINE  

    Louis Vuitton now offers an online tool to customise a selection of Men's Ready-to-Wear pieces with the playful patches of the My LV World Tour service.  

    Already available in select stores worldwide, Louis Vuitton's My LV World Tour personalisation service can now be experienced online. From the days of Gaston-Louis Vuitton to today, avid travellers have long adorned their luggage with souvenir stickers from destinations across the globe. Louis Vuitton's My LV World Tour service offers clients a modern way to customise Men’s Ready-to-Wear in this same spirit. Clients can choose a variety of patches and embroideries, inspired by both vintage travel labels and varsity lettering, to make their own entirely unique jacket, cardigan or jeans. Patch themes include Cities, representing the world’s most famous destinations, and Heritage, with a direct nod to archival Louis Vuitton graphics, while seasonal patches provide opportunities to add limited-edition touches.

    Launch the new My LV World Tour online tool to design, visualise and order your personalised creation.

    My LV World Tour for Menswear

    Ready-to-Wear Men Personalisation Leather Goods
  • GO FOR GOOD AT GALERIES LAFAYETTE

    Go For Good at Galeries Lafayette - Louis Vuitton Heritage NEWS
    Louis Vuitton participates in the French department store’s sustainability project “Go for Good.”

    Throughout Louis Vuitton’s history, the Maison has strived to create objects that stand the test of time and can be passed down from generation to generation. Louis Vuitton’s participation in Galeries Lafayette's "Go For Good" project reaffirms a long-standing commitment to sustainability. In order to continue to prioritise the longevity of its creations, the Maison is invested in preserving the natural raw materials on which the beauty and quality of its products depend. 

    Through local, social, and environmental actions, Louis Vuitton carries out this conviction across all its activities and product categories. Louis Vuitton’s leather goods workshops have been certified “Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivante” from the French government, a unique distinction for companies with artisanal savoir-faire that are committed to maintaining production in France. Since its founding in 1854, Louis Vuitton has chosen to use leathers tanned with natural plant extracts for its signature pieces with the aim of minimising the environmental impacts of each step of production. The Parfums Louis Vuitton Collection, released in 2016, was designed to be endlessly refillable to eliminate the need for additional packaging. The Be Mindful capsule of accessories and textiles gives silk a second life by upcycling them into unique Louis Vuitton creations, while the Maison’s UNICEF partnership donates a portion of sales of the Silver Lockit bracelets to supporting vulnerable children worldwide. These are just some of the initiatives the Maison has taken to further its social and environmental sustainability, earning it a place in the Galeries Lafayette “Go For Good” project.

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    75 009 PARIS

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  • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN

    • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    Photographed by Angelo Pennetta, the new Louis Vuitton campaign explores sublime landscapes of Vietnam in this ode to the Maison’s signature Spirit of Travel.

    From the Ha Long Bay to Ninh Binh and its temples, the Campaign expresses both the magic and the serenity found in travel, as represented by the most iconic designs from the Louis Vuitton leather goods collection. Amongst these icons are the emblematic Steamer bag, the latest On The Go shopper, the Alma in Epi leather and the Petite Malle from the New Classics range. Since 1854, this Spirit of Travel endures as Louis Vuitton’s most essential and timeless guiding principles.

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    Travel Campaign The Spirit of Travel
  • THE SPIRIT OF TRAVEL CAMPAIGN

    Louis Vuitton is pleased to present this year’s Travel Campaign, celebrating the timeless and essential spirit that captures the Maison’s historic core values.

    The Campaign unfolds as a travelogue: photographer Angelo Pennetta captured the models Rianne van Rompaey, Fei Fei Sun and Kit Butler in sublime landscapes of Vietnam, from Ha Long Bay to Ninh Binh and its temples. Against these evocative backdrops, each shot expresses the serenity and magic of travel, embodied by Louis Vuitton’s iconic leather goods.

    As if suspended in time, the new campaign expresses the importance of imagination and escapism, two values that are at the heart of Louis Vuitton, while also inviting us to slow down and refocus on what is essential. Through the spectacular landscapes of Vietnam, Pennetta’s images along with styling by Fran Burns capture a sense of the eternal that can be found in even the most fleeting of moments.

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    Travel Campaign The Spirit of Travel
  • 2019 LVMH PRIZE FOR YOUNG FASHION DESIGNERS

    • 2019 LVMH PRIZE FOR YOUNG FASHION DESIGNERS - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • 2019 LVMH PRIZE FOR YOUNG FASHION DESIGNERS - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • 2019 LVMH PRIZE FOR YOUNG FASHION DESIGNERS - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • 2019 LVMH PRIZE FOR YOUNG FASHION DESIGNERS - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • 2019 LVMH PRIZE FOR YOUNG FASHION DESIGNERS - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    The final of the sixth edition of the LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers took place on the 4th September 2019 at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris.   

    With the LVMH Prize's 6th edition, the group confirms its ongoing commitment to supporting young fashion designers and contributing to the future of fashion. The Jury selected the winner of the sixth edition of the LVMH Prize among the eight finalists: Thebe Magugu, 26, South African, based in Johannesburg. The Jury also awarded a special prize, henceforth known as the Karl Lagerfeld Prize, in tribute to the great designer. The recipient of the 2019 Karl Lagarfeld Prize is Hed Mayner, 33, Israeli.

    Swedish actress Alicia Vikander, ambassador and friend of the house and winner of an Oscar for best supporting actress in 2016, presented the Prize trophy, a sculpture especially designed by the artist Jean-Michel Othoniel.