Audacious irreverence animates timeless luxury. Grace Coddington's iconoclastic style meets Louis Vuitton Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière's fascination with eccentricity in this capsule of the Cruise 2019 Collection. A mutual adoration of animals was the starting point for this collaboration, adorning accessories, leather goods, and more with an interplay of cat and dog illustrations and the Maison's Monogram motif.
A playful look at the latest Louis Vuitton collaboration with Grace CoddingtonPop-up Store Womenswear Nicolas Ghesquière Grace Coddington
Introducing French Art de Vivre 'Louis Vuitton and London,' which celebrates the house's savoir-faire and its continuing spirit of innovation
Louis Vuitton has collaborated with Fortnum & Mason to develop the Secrétaire Thé, the next generation of lifestyle trunk for the travelling tea-drinker.
A fixture in London’s Piccadilly since 1707, Fortnum & Mason has long been renowned for its famous teas and glorious gifts. The Secrétaire Thé trunk features a wooden foldable table, removable tray, and natural cowhide leather handles. It also includes the complete Fortnum & Mason Camellia Tea Set, a beautiful, gold-gilded set made exclusively for Fortnum's in Stoke-on-Trent—the British home of fine china for centuries—with a design inspired by the beautiful handmade wallpaper of the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon. The Secrétaire Thé trunk and Camellia china is as fitting an accompaniment to an afternoon tea served in all its splendour, as it is to a leisurely cup at home.Heritage Savoir-Faire
Introducing Louis Vuitton's newest capsule collaboration with Grace Coddington: Prelaunching at an exclusive pop-up space in Selfridges London on Friday, October 26th.
Louis Vuitton has a renowned history of collaboration and, in recent years, celebrated artists from Jeff Koons to Stephen Sprouse and Yayoi Kusama have left their mark on the Monogram canvas. Now, the emblematic fashion editor Grace Coddington has brought her idiosyncratic eye to a capsule collection of leather goods, accessories, shoes and ready-to-wear, designed alongside Nicolas Ghesquière and directly inspired by her legendary love of animals.
The illustrations that decorate this collection depict her dear Persians, Pumpkin and Blanket, as well as Nicolas Ghesquière’s dog, Léon. Leaping across an orange monogram print that reflects her signature flame-coloured hair or a graphic monochrome, Grace's illustrations represent a new chapter in the Louis Vuitton story: the Catogram.
Throughout the collection, creative charm is married with the exacting craftsmanship of the Louis Vuitton ateliers: handbags are lined with signed, mouse-printed canvas and every luggage tag meticulously edge-dyed. New Classics, such as the Petite Malle or the City Steamer, along with iconic bags like the Speedy and the Neverfull are given a fresh twist. Even Catogram lambswool blankets and nylon umbrellas are transformed into unique statements. Elegance is seen from a fresh perspective: clutch bags take the cartoon form of reclining cats or sweetly smiling dogs and silk pyjamas become refined daywear.
This audacious irreverence is in harmony with both Grace’s iconoclastic style and Ghesquière’s fascination with eccentricity – as well as reflecting their mutual adoration of animals. Timeless luxury has been animated by a playful spirit and turned into a covetable collection of travelling companions.
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Open to public from October 26th 2018 to January 16th 2019
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Featuring an innovative multimedia magazine design, the new Louis Vuitton career website offers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to the Maison. Now also available in a mobile version.
Meet the people on our teams and listen to them talk about their projects with real passion. Read profiles of employees and the vast range of métiers – both well-known and rare – that make Louis Vuitton unique, from design and artisanal leather craftsmanship to client relations, digital technologies and marketing.
Louis Vuitton constantly seeks a broad diversity of potential employee profiles. This new website is designed to engage with a new generation of applicants, offering a variety of formats that match their expectations and lifestyles. Audio and video interviews, Sound Photos and podcasts all provide unique insights into employee career paths. The site also invites visitors backstage for a look at daily life at Louis Vuitton’s Workshops, Stores and Head Office.
The new Louis Vuitton career website lets interested applicants get right to the point thanks to an intuitive, comprehensive search engine that makes it easy to search for job openings. People can also apply using their LinkedIn page or simply by uploading a resume. Further, job opportunities and content can be shared on social networks.
The website launches on the 24th October 2018 in 7 languages and 18 countries, including UK.Career Jobs
The Blossom Jewelry collections bring the Monogram flowers to life.
This new Star Blossom collection introduces finely crafted Monogram Flowers artfully accented with dazzling diamonds.
Brilliance by day or by night, precious diamonds and hand-polished pink or yellow gold combine in this sparkling Star Blossom collection, a collection that draws inspiration from the iconic star-shaped Monogram Flower designed by Georges-Louis Vuitton in 1896.
As a faithful embodiment of Louis Vuitton's heritage and savoir-faire, these pieces give a precious floral flourish.
With harmonious shades and forms that wed elegance and exuberance, it is a testimony to the creativity of Louis Vuitton Jewelry.
An invitation to discover the dazzling collections of jewel creations by Louis Vuitton.Jewellery Flowers