Following a dreamlike safari through the African savannah, Louis Vuitton sets its trunks halfway between the sky and the sea under the beating sun, where the belles du jours give themselves to exciting visions of Caribbean jaunts.
Precious trunks, unique luggage and celebrated bags ring in tune with the scintillating nature. As colours range from aqua, desert to forest hues, all of Louis Vuitton's leather goods answer to this one radiant light.
Louis Vuitton unveils its new Spirit of Travel campaign, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier.
Following a dreamlike safari through the African savannah, Louis Vuitton sets its trunks halfway between the sky and the sea under the beating sun, where the belles du jours give themselves to exciting visions of Caribbean jaunts.Campaign Trunks Leather Goods Photography
The Louis Vuitton Spring 2015 shot by Patrick Demarchelier in NYC.
Figurative versus abstract, print on monochrome… The Louis Vuitton Spring 2015 collection becomes a masterpiece. Charlotte, Catherine, Michelle, Adèle, Miranda interpret the designs of Nicolas Ghesquière. The art of style.
Photography by PATRICK DEMARCHELIER.
Rajasthan, the land of kings in the northwestern corner of India, inspires Louis Vuitton in an exploration of the origins of menswear, offering a timeless look of true sophistication.
“While last season’s collection was about looking down at the earth from above, this time we’re looking up at the stars,” says Kim Jones, Men’s Style Director.
While travelling in Rajasthan Jones discovered Sawai Jai Singh, the king who built Jaipur, India’s pink city, and constructed its fantastic Jantar Mantar astronomical observatory gardens in the early 18th century, that inspired the set design behind the fashion show.
From Jaipur and the palaces of the lake cities of Udaipur to Ranthambore, the former hunting grounds of the maharajas of Jaipur, and the Taj Mahal at Agra, a vision of contemporary and eternal India, which predates European traditions and spans over five to six hundred years, has been remixed by Louis Vuitton into a glamorous blend of sophisticated embellished fabrics, smart military tailoring and inventive sport style.
View the full campaign here.Kim Jones Menswear India Campaign
Reactions and comments made by guests during Louis Vuitton Men Fall 2015 show.
For his 8th collection for Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones, Men’s artistic director, unveiled a thrilling collection tailored for travellers across the globe. Discover live reactions from some of the most renowned guests at the show.Fashion show Kim Jones Ready to Wear Interview
A short edit of the Louis Vuitton Men Fall 2015 Show.
Taking place in the glass structure of the Parc André Citroën, the Louis Vuitton Men Fall 2015 collection continues to embrace the notions of craftsmanship and creativity in the field of fashion. For his 8th collection, Kim Jones celebrates the life of designer and artist Christopher Nemeth.
“I think Christopher Nemeth is the most important designer to come out of London alongside Vivienne Westwood” says Kim Jones, the Men’s Artistic Director of Louis Vuitton. “He is Savile Row, he is the street, he is the club… his designs define London. He trained as a fine artist and came into fashion from being an illustrator, and that chimes with how I started. I can see the influence of his work in so many collections, and yet it is not often acknowledged and still seems unknown to many. That’s why, as we approach the fifth anniversary of his death, I wanted to openly celebrate Christopher Nemeth’s life and work this season at Louis Vuitton.”Kim Jones Ready to Wear Fashion Show Video Christopher Nemeth