Rivets, steel girders, transparent structures – the spirit of Eiffel still haunts Louis Vuitton’s Asnières workshop. What more appropriate setting for the season’s accessories.
London will be the destination for the unconventional exhibition “LOUIS VUITTON SERIES 3 - Past, Present, Future”.
A modern and unexpected reinterpretation of a fashion show, this exhibition, following on from SERIES 1 and SERIES 2, invites visitors to discover Nicolas Ghesquière’s inspirations for his fourth ready-to-wear show as the Artistic Director for women’s collections at Louis Vuitton.
The exhibition will be open to the public from September 21st to October 18th, 2015.
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With his latest collection, Kim Jones evoked the benign spirit of fashion radical Christopher Nemeth. A sincere – and supremely stylish – homage.
As the collection arrives in store, rediscover the teaser looks from the Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 show.
In the lead-up to the Louis Vuitton Men's fashion show last January, Kim Jones revealed a series of images depicting his inspiration for the Fall 2015 collection. These artistic polaroids, shot in collaboration with Mark Lebon, set the tone for his tribute collection to fashion designer Christopher Nemeth.
Discover more about the collection here.Fashion show Ready to Wear Kim Jones Photography
The prize giving ceremony of Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series in Portsmouth.
Following the fantastic opening regatta of the Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series, Michael Burke, CEO of Louis Vuitton, Sir Keith Mills, Event Chairman and Land Rover BAR Founding Shareholder and Board member, and Dr. Harvey Schiller, Commercial Commissioner for the America’s Cup, congratulated the victorious Land Rover BAR team at the prize giving ceremony in Portsmouth.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge presented the trophies and medals while Michael Burke presented personalized Louis Vuitton Keepall Ombre bags embossed with the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup logo to the team skippers.
“The America’s Cup is the grail of yachting. It sees challengers racing across the oceans for a lifelong quest. The freedom, courage, and skills that it requires reflect the trailblazing spirit of Louis Vuitton. We were able to witness here in Portsmouth exciting races beyond expectations and are thrilled to have successfully launched a new chapter in our shared history.” said Michael Burke.
It was the first time in 164 years that it had been held in British waters. The oldest international sporting trophy, the America’s Cup inaugural event was first staged in 1851 around the Isle of Wight, off Portsmouth. Founded in 1854, Louis Vuitton has been a major partner of the America’s Cup since 1983.America’s Cup Sailing Event