• THE WORLD OF WONDROUS GIFTS

    Louis Vuitton takes inspiration from artist Jeff Koons to create a wondrous world for the holidays.

    Underneath a brilliant night sky charged with electric blue, designs from internationally renowned artist Jeff Koons reinterprets the symbols within the iconic Monogram canvas. When Louis Vuitton’s most emblematic products combine with Jeff Koons' sculptures, the atmosphere is electric and creative. 

    Visit your Louis Vuitton store this holiday season to see the wondrous window installations inspired by Jeff Koons, and get inspired.

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    Leather goods Holiday Season Jeff Koons
  • THE ART OF GIFTING

    The Maison Louis Vuitton continues the tradition initiated by the founder's grandson, Gaston Louis Vuitton, and enriches its collection with little objects.

    Crafted in the Louis Vuitton ateliers, the collection revolves around three different categories, writing, decorating and gaming. Penholders and beautiful notebooks play with iconic leathers, with the Monogram canvas making a noteworthy appearance. Mini-mirrors, nesting boxes and porcelain vide-poches trays recall the spirit of travel, and tops or sets of dice are perfect for having fun.

    For the end of the year, the collection expands with three new items boasting the same whimsical, graphic spirit, a skipping rope, a ping-pong set and a Monogram playing card pouch. The Art of Gifting is about finding the right gift for every desire and occasion, and it completes a lovely list of traditions that capture the Louis Vuitton spirit.

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    Art of Gifting Gifts Monogram
  • CELEBRITIES INTERVIEWS DURING THE OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION

    Celebrities and friends of the House share their thoughts on the many facets of “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” as it plays out in New York.

    Guests traveled from all over the world to attend inauguration of the “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” exhibition at the former American Stock Exchange in New York. The special event evoked the past while celebrating the present.

    Discover in this video what caught the eye of the celebrities who attended the opening ceremony of the exhibition. Michelle Williams enjoyed the presentation of the Maison’s history within a New York City landmark, while Jennifer Connelly pointed out the striking parallel between the Old-World train car staging and the New York subway wall. Adèle Exarchopoulos, felt the exhibition transported her back in time. For Ruth Negga, the history of luggage proved most fascinating. Laura Harrier was surprised by the recreated travel scenes, while Jaden Smith appeared impressed by this newly presented view of Louis Vuitton’s heritage. Riley Keogh expressed her gratitude in being a part of the moment.

    Watch these stars reflect back on their visits, then come discover the exhibition for yourself.

    Exhibition information
    86 TRINITY PLACE
    NEW YORK, NY 10006

    From 10.27.2017 through 01.07.2018
    Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 8:00pm
    Sunday 11:00am - 7:00pm

    Last admission: 30 minutes before closing

    Reduced hours: Christmas Eve 10:00am - 6:00pm, New Year’s Eve 10:00am - 6:00pm, New Year’s Day 12:00pm - 5:00pm

    Holiday closures: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

    Night openings based on events' schedule

    Free admission

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  • PERSONALIZE YOUR BELT

    Louis Vuitton presents My LV Belt: a new exclusive in-store service for men.

    For the first time, the Maison invites you to create a belt with your own selection of buckles and straps. With two hundred and forty possible combinations, My LV Belt ensures a unique and personalized belt adapted to each man’s individual taste.

    Choose from fourteen leather straps, ranging from the reversible iconic Taurillon and calf leather straps in classic or playful color combinations, to the non-reversible exotics in ostrich or crocodile. The new 35mm strap width delivers a modern and sophisticated touch.

    Twelve lighter and thinner redesigned buckles provide the ultimate finishing detail. The new offer ranges from iconic LV Signature buckles in shiny gold, palladium or ruthenium to twisted buckles, a reinterpretation of the classic LV buckle, using more precious, finely inlayed buckles with elegant olive wood or agata zebrata.

    For further personalization, initials can also be hot-stamped inside the strap.

    Belt Personalization Customization Men
  • THE CRUISE 2018 CAMPAIGN

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    • THE CRUISE 2018 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE CRUISE 2018 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE CRUISE 2018 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    • THE CRUISE 2018 CAMPAIGN - Louis Vuitton Fashion NEWS
    Louis Vuitton presents actress Alicia Vikander as the embodiment of the Cruise 2018 Collection.

    Within a spectacular setting where sky and sea are at their purest, the Cruise 2018 campaign crystalizes the balance between strength and serenity at the heart of the collection.

    Lensed by photographer Patrick Demarchelier, the images feature Alicia Vikander accompanied by variations of the Twist and Capucine handbags. Transported from the show in Kyoto to the remote island of Ibiza, they stand out as striking signals of craftsmanship and design. Meanwhile, Alicia lingers through the landscape, her looks channeling the maverick spirit of Kansai Yamamoto whose vision inspired Nicolas Ghesquière this season. 

    References to Japanese ceremonial dress, samurai, traditional landscape artworks, and Kabuki theatre all emerge through pieces conceived as streamlined statements. In these moments of freedom, the collection becomes yet another expression of Louis Vuitton’s embrace of travel. When the Twist bag adorned with Kabuki stickers appears by Alicia’s side, it’s as though she is holding onto a future memento.

    Photography: Patrick Demarchelier.

    Cruise Patrick Demarchelier Campaign