• LOUIS VUITTON TRUNKS FOR ROLAND-GARROS

    Louis Vuitton Creates Trunks for Roland-Garros’ Legendary Trophies

    For Roland-Garros 2017, Louis Vuitton has created two trophy trunks designed to protect the Suzanne Lenglen Cup and the Musketeers’ Cup, which are awarded each year respectively to the French Open women’s and men’s champions. This marks a meaningful collaboration for two French brands internationally renowned for their attachment to know-how, excellence, art, and promoting Paris and France worldwide.

    These two trophy trunks, handcrafted in Louis Vuitton’s historic workshops in Asnières, have been meticulously produced to house each of the illustrious Roland-Garros trophies. Adorned in the iconic Monogram canvas, these trunks both feature the signature brass corners and lock.

    Encounter of two Presidents: Michael Burke, Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton and Bernard Giudicelli, President of the French Tennis Federation, as well as renowned former tennis player and Roland-Garros Tournament Director, Guy Forget,  for the delivery of the two trunks to Roland-Garros.

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  • CRUISE SHOW 2018: THE INTERVIEWS

    Encounters with the guests backstage just after this fourth Louis Vuitton Cruise show.

    First impressions, favourite pieces, memorable moments... Many personalities were interviewed backstage at the Miho Museum about the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2018 collection. Jennifer Connelly, Hidetoshi Nakata,Yaya, Sophie Turner, Riley Keough, Shioli Kutsuna, Michelle Williams, Kansaï Yamamoto, Mirai Yamamoto tell us their feelings of the collection.

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  • CRUISE SHOW 2018: DETAILS

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    A selection of compelling details from the Louis Vuitton show.

    Louis Vuitton’s Cruise collection for 2018 alternates between the present day and a noble ancestral civilization, between futurism and poetry, between huge, vibrant cities and delicate landscapes.

    The garments recall samurai, figurative engraving, inked landscapes, ceremonial dress, the keikogi of martial arts, the Kurosawa cinematic dramaturgy, or the unique melancholy of Kitano. Urban pantsuits and architectural tunics are designed in the spirit of Hokusai. Interwoven jersey and leather sweaters recall the armor of Japanese warriors. Evening dresses gleam with Noh theater gold. Delicately crafted obi belts become the fabric of tapered trousers. Handbags and clutches are decorated with Kabuki masks.

    Watch the fashion show on louisvuitton.com, and discover additional insider content on Louis Vuitton's Instagram Stories feed and the House's official social media pages.

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  • CRUISE SHOW 2018: THE LOOKS

    A selection of the top looks from the Louis Vuitton Cruise show 2018.

    At the very heart of the Miho Museum, an architectural masterpiece designed by the architect I.M. Pei, the enchanting scenography of the Louis Vuitton show underlines the inspiring details of Nicolas Ghesquière's collection. The artistic Director of the Maison Louis Vuitton pays a tribute to Kansaï Yamamoto and offers a fusion between futurism and poetry through a creative reinterpretation of iconic codes, patterns and fabrics that embody the Louis Vuitton identity.
    Among the highlights, discover actresses Rila Fukushima and Doona Bae opening and closing the fashion show in Kyoto.

    Watch the fashion show on louisvuitton.com, and discover additional insider content on Louis Vuitton's Instagram Stories feed and the House's official social media pages.

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  • CRUISE SHOW 2018: THE GUESTS

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    Guests from across the globe gathered in a mesmerising setting: Miho Museum south-east of Kyoto.

    Inaugurated in 1997, the Miho Museum was conceived to be a terrestrial paradise, inspired by Shangri-La, the legendary heaven-on-earth. Nestled in a hidden valley, the museum is revealed through a spectacular metal tunnel and a futuristic suspension bridge.

    In this fascinating setting, photographer Saskia Lawaks captured the guests a few seconds before the show, taking their seat in the front row. Among the celebrities present: Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connelly, Laura Harrier, Fan Bing Bing, Sophie Turner, Isabelle Huppert, Riley Keough, Grace Coddington, Marina Foïs, Hidetoshi Nakata, Rila Fukushima, Shioli Kutsuma, Mirai Yamamoto, Kansaï Yamamoto, Tang Yan, Janice Man, Urassaya Sperbund…

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