One of the most legendary destinations in Paris is the backdrop for Louis Vuitton’s latest Women’s Collection. For Spring-Summer 2019, Nicolas Ghesquière chose to take his multi-layered silhouettes to the storied Le Bristol Paris Hotel. From bright 80s-inspired prints to metallic floral jacquards or boldly oversized tailoring, the Collection brings a new dimension to the historic hotel interiors.
Louis Vuitton unveils the new Campaign photographed by Collier Schorr at Le Bristol Paris Hotel.Fashion Nicolas Ghesquière Campaign
Directed by Patrick Clair, the new Campaign sets Nicolas Ghesquière's futuristic collection against the backdrop of the historic Le Bristol Paris Hotel.
First presented in October at the Louvre in Paris, the Louis Vuitton Women’s Spring-Summer 2019 Collection embarked on an exploration of empowerment. Recalling both recurrent motifs and new imagined landscapes, Nicolas Ghesquière’s vision came to life in exaggerated silhouettes, high-tech fabrications, and futuristic details. Reflecting the Collection’s deliberate ambiguity, the Campaign brings us not to a space-age setting but the historic Le Bristol Paris Hotel. The storied address on Faubourg Saint Honoré provides a richly pictorial backdrop to the eclectic Spring-Summer Collection.
See the Campaign film above to be transported to where past meets future.Fashion Nicolas Ghesquière Campaign
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After leather goods, a selection of Men's Ready-to-Wear pieces is now also able to be personalised with playful patches and more through the My LV World Tour service.
From hand-painted or hot stamped initials to entirely bespoke made-to-order trunks, personalisation is a craft deeply rooted in the history of the House. One way that avid travellers like Gaston-Louis Vuitton used to make their belongings their own was by adorning their luggage with souvenir stickers from hotels and destinations around the globe. Today, the My LV World Tour service offers clients a modern way to customise Louis Vuitton pieces in this same spirit. Previously limited to leather goods, the service is now available for Men’s Ready to Wear on a selection of jackets, cardigans, and jeans. Clients can choose a variety of patches and embroideries, inspired by both vintage travel labels and varsity lettering, to make their own entirely unique creation. Patch themes include Cities, representing the world’s most famous destinations, and Heritage, direct nods to archival Louis Vuitton graphics, while seasonal patches will provide opportunities to add limited-edition touches.
Find the new My LV World Tour service for a selection of Men’s Ready to Wear pieces in select Louis Vuitton stores now.
SHANGHAI PLAZA 66
BEIJING SHIN KONG
NEW YORK 5TH AVENUE
LONDON NEW BOND STREET
SINGAPORE MARINA BA
SEOUL SHINSEGAE MAIN
Louis Vuitton's perfumery Savoir-Faire comes together at Les Fontaines Parfumées in Grasse
For Jacques Cavallier Belletrud, a fragrance is both literally and figuratively an invitation to travel. He doesn’t just see a flower as a raw material, but “the starting point for a very intimate journey”. As a third generation perfumer and Grasse native, Louis Vuitton's Master Perfumer has created each of Louis Vuitton perfumes in his creative atelier at the Fontaines Parfumées estate, inspired by his travels around the world to source the most precious of ingredients. Located in the South of France, the town of Grasse has been a traditional cradle for both the perfumery and leathermaking industries. As a child, Jacques Cavallier-Belletrud would pass in front of the Fontaines Parfumées on his way to school, and never dreamed that it would become his creative atelier 40 years later.
In a video presenting both the historic estate and the precious ingredients, learn more about the creative atelier by following along with Louis Vuitton's Master Perfumer.
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