Michelle Williams' Louis Vuitton wishlist mixes practicality with elegance: The Keepall Bandoulière, perfect for a weekend away and in the cabin friendly size, has an easy-to-carry cross shoulder strap. The Petite Malle in Red, recalls the House's heritage in trunk making. The Lockit comes in an elegant Taurillon leather and perfect size for carrying documents or a laptop. Finally, the essential V pendant in gold, is a must-have this festive seasion.
For this upcoming holiday season, Michelle Williams chooses her perfect wishlist from Louis Vuitton's selection.
Michelle Williams' Louis Vuitton wishlist mixes practicality with elegance: The Keepall Bandoulière, perfect for a weekend away and in the cabin friendly size, has an easy-to-carry cross shoulder strap. The Petite Malle in Red, recalls the House's heritage in trunk making. The Lockit comes in an elegant Taurillon leather and perfect size for carrying documents or a laptop. Finally, the essential V pendant in gold, is a must-have this festive seasion.Leather Goods Holiday Season Michelle Williams Wishlist
On June 4th the Espace Louis Vuitton launched IN SITU - 1, a new kind of residency and open-studio program involving three international female artists.
The Espace Louis Vuitton in Paris, Tokyo and Munich present IN SITU - 1, a new kind of residency and open-studio format, with artists Andrea Bowers, Min-Jeong Seo and Simryn Gill.
Each of the Espace has invited an international female artist to work in situ for four months and create new pieces within the space. The exhibition spaces are transformed for the four months into studios which are open to the public, giving visitors the chance to participate in the various phases of the creative process - from inspiration to realisation - and the opportunity to experience unique encounters with the artists. Munich welcomes Malaysian artist Simryn Gill from September 18th 2014.
Find out more about the exhibition HERE.Residenzpost Munich Espace culturel Exhibition
Louis Vuitton unveils an unreleased modular furniture design created by Pierre Paulin in 1972 for Herman Miller.
Cultivating a tradition of innovation, Louis Vuitton participates in a residential project conceived in 1972 by Pierre Paulin for American furniture maker Herman Miller. This long-lost, one-of-a-kind project had never actually been realized.
This year, Louis Vuitton once again revisits functionality by realizing “Playing with Shapes”; a satellite exhibition for the Miami Design District during Art Basel Miami, held December 2nd - 7th.
“One expects from a designer a practical object with, if possible, a touch of poetry and elegance”.
- Pierre Paulin
Avant-garde designer Pierre Paulin anticipated the necessary alliance between a changing world, new techniques and a living space that was conceived as a refuge, or an intimate safe house. From 1969, Pierre Paulin had been in contact with Herman Miller, a furniture company founded by the De Pree family. The artist admired the family’s history, particularly the fact that they had produced works by Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson. Together, Paulin and the company planned to produce a range of original and revolutionary equipment for residential homes. The rest is history.
Miami Photography Pierre Paulin
An extract from the Siren Call article in LV THE BOOK, Louis Vuitton's new print magazine.
It was Louis Vuitton’s first ever Cruise fashion show. A flowing presentation, in the shadow of Monaco’s famous Rock, for a collection in a state of grace.
A first! Last May, Louis Vuitton presented its debut Cruise catwalk show. It was in the legendary Principality of Monaco that Nicolas Ghesquière unveiled his collection, under the patronage of Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene. Also in attendance were Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jennifer Connelly, and the young actress Adèle Exarchopoulos, who formed a sparkling trio of front-row stars.
Read the full article from LV THE BOOK HERE.LV Book
The Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection 2015 was photographed by Juergen Teller at the Paris Headquarters and on location in Monaco.
“This Cruise collection goes off the beaten track, explores transformation in clothing. Somehow still, these clothes remain associated with the idea of everyday attire. Always with a timesless will.” These words taken from the Cruise 2015 lookbook, allude to the avid and intemporal casual quality to the collection which was presented earlier this year in the South of France.
It was Nicolas Ghesquière's first Cruise collection as Artistic Director of Louis Vuitton women's collections. The choice to present it on the French Riviera recalls the origins of the Louis Vuitton legend on the Côte d'Azur where the arts of travel and luxury were first united.
Explore the collection further.Lookbook Cruise Ready to Wear Juergen Teller Photography