From stylish hammocks to contemporary rockers, Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades never fail to offer innovative and unique travel-inspired designs. The collection’s newest addition comes from decorated Chinese designer Frank Chou, whose eponymous experimental design studio in Beijing has been crafting playful minimalist pieces since its inception in 2012.
For his Pre-Fall 2022 collection, “Daybreak,” Virgil Abloh went back to his roots, setting the lookbook for his playful, denim-laden collection in the exteriors of another Le Corbusier masterpiece: the Firminy complex in Lyon.
New from the world of Assouline is Louis Vuitton Manufactures, a visually rich book that is an ode to the maison’s ateliers and the artisans who craft the house’s exceptional catalogue. The book highlights the artisanal excellence that distinguishes Louis Vuitton as not only a leader but also an innovator in savoir faire.
Louis Vuitton and Virgil Abloh collaborated with Nike to create limited-edition versions of the Air Force 1, one of Nike’s most popular sneaker models. On January 26, 200 special-edition pairs will go up for auction, with proceeds benefiting The Virgil Abloh™ “Post-Modern” Scholarship Fund, in partnership with the Fashion Scholarship Fund.
As the weather gets cooler, the inclination to reach for warmer, darker fragrances grows stronger.
The latest collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Italian decor atelier Fornasetti brings a new dimension to the world of visual creativity and fashion.
Vancouver-based painter Joon Lee shares his process, the emotional connection between colour and form, and how he bridges authenticity and artistry.
The two-wheeler, part of the Louis Vuitton Art de Vivre universe, is a special order item handcrafted in Paris.
When it comes to luxury brands, few are as recognizable as Louis Vuitton.