With a gentle autumn light, London-based photographer Thomas Brown glamorizes Louis Vuitton women's shoes for next season. Elegant sandals, wedge mules and flat shoes in suede baby goat leather are enhanced by gold metal rings and graphic V accessories inspired by the Louis Vuitton V fashion jewelry collection.
The V signature infiltrates the Louis Vuitton Women's Shoe collection for Fall 2015.Shoes Photography
The Louis Vuitton Men's Shoe collection for Fall 2015 is marked by the V signature.
For the coming season, Derby and loafer shoes feature the "Volez, Voguez, Voyagez" signature inspired by the men's ready-to-wear collection, with subtle two-tone calf leather trim. Made in patent calf leather or glazed waxed calf leather, these shoes demonstrate the Fiesso savoir-faire through invisible stitching technique, that make them a perfect final touch to an evening wardrobe.Shoes Photography
This visual narrative takes you behind-the-scenes of the SERIES 3 advertising campaign shot by Bruce Weber.
The suggestion of travel and abstract graphics creates a cinematic narrative in this film shot by Bruce Weber for the recent Louis Vuitton advertising campaign. The location is an old airfield and this glimpse of the campaign shoot, starring Freja Beha, Rianne van Rompaey, and Julia Merkelbach, was shot on black-and-white film.Ad Campaign Ready-to-Wear Juergen Teller Bruce Weber Series 3
This visual narrative takes you behind-the-scenes of the SERIES 3 advertising campaign shot by Juergen Teller.
Reflecting Nicolas Ghesquière's interest in modern architecture, the location for this video accompanying the recent Louis Vuitton advertising campaign is a sculptor's utopian home near Barcelona. With Jennifer Connelly, Liya Kebede, Fernanda Ly, Angel Rutledge, and Alicia Vikander, the Maison's new muse, the visual narrative shot by Juergen Teller presents the Fall 2015 collection.Ad Campaign Ready to Wear Juergen Teller Bruce Weber Series 3
The Asnières atelier is the true hub of the House. Curator Judith Clark sought to highlight this vision in the exhibition at the Galerie.
Barely five years after founding his House, Louis Vuitton began to outgrow his Parisian headquarters. In 1859, he relocated the new workshops to Asnières, a village a few kilometres northwest of Paris.
These new ateliers were built in the ethereal Eiffel style, combining glass and steel. The exceptional savoir-faire of the Asnières artisans is such that, even today, key pieces are created here: rigid trunks, designs in rare or exotic leathers, special orders.
Revealing the intimate aspects of Louis Vuitton’s history, highlighting its ties with the ateliers, underlining the presence of the Louis Vuitton universe… These were some of the challenges that curator Judith Clark sought to tackle in the new creative, playful and timeless space she so vividly imagined.
View more on the Asnières atelier and its Galerie here.Asnières Gallery