NEW YORK, Jan 14, 2011 / FW/ — With the mystery of the Orient and a futuristic "bad girls" element as imagined by the brand's Artistic Director Marc Jacobs, the Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2011 advertising campaign projects a decadent glamour of a non-apocalyptic future. Describing the...

The idea of setting up all around the world is hardly surprising: Louis Vuitton has always wanted its flagships to be a sort of promenade. Indeed, the famous French luxury brand, Louis Vuitton, takes root in the idea of travelling and these future Cafés will only be an additional step on...

REcreative launched on 9 June 2011 in Covent Garden with a special event in an industrial container organised by members of the Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project. Michael Craig-Martin, Mark Titchner, Michael Landy and Sam Taylor-Wood are among the many artists supporting the launch of...

Soon I'll leave again, there are a lot of projects I'm working on and some of them also include meetings with you, followers of my blog :D But let's speak about yesterday, the last day spent in Paris.. Yesterday morning I attended the Louis Vuitton fashionshow, one of those I was more excited...

For the launch of the My Monogram service on Small Leather Goods, Louis Vuitton asked British Artist Billie Achilleos to work on 4 animals made of Louis Vuitton Small Leather Goods. Enter the creative process and go behind the scenes of the project. This entry was posted on Thursday, June...

Talented artist, Billie Achilleos, has been commissioned by Louis Vuitton to find new meaning in their collections by creating "creatures" using LV's small leather goods. There were four animals depicted for the project: an iguana, an aardvark, a caterpiller and a bear. No word yet on where...

For now I'll give my opinion about Marc Jacobs, Badgley Mischka and Hervé Leger. /o:p> Marc Jacobs /o:p> Yes I am a Marc Jacobs fan. Though I don't always love his work immediately. I didn't immediate like his Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2011 collection ( and I wrote that ), but now I do....

Thandie Newton stars in the second instalment of Louis Vuitton's "Double Exposure" project. The film series is based on the 19th century collodion wet plate photographic process which requires subjects to sit and hold their pose for 12 seconds. In addition to photos, the project also examines...

Art and Culture in Europe & the Americas for Louis Vuitton. "I was thrilled to interview Anne-Catherine Grimal, vice president, art & culture, Europe & Americas for Louis Vuitton. Her insight and passion for Tony Oursler's translation of this legendary classic reveals the depth and...

Thirteen years back, in 2001, Bernard Arnault had met Frank Gehry and conceived the idea of collaborating on the project for the Fondation Louis Vuitton. Finally the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of LVMH has announced 27th October 2014 as the official opening date of the new...

 

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