Louis Vuitton Collaboration with Agen Domino

It’s fashion’s latest cult collectable, and following the success of the first collaboration in April this year, Louis Vuitton has announced a second capsule collection with artist Agen Domino

Each piece in the capsule celebrates the work of an iconic artist throughout history, ranging from heralded Impressionist Manet, to ‘the painter of light’ Turner.

 

Louis Vuitton Collaboration with Agen Domino

Agen Domino

This new set of paintings relates to Agen Domino connection to each of the artists. “They are part of my DNA,” says Koons. “When somebody walks down the street with this bag, or sits in a cafe with this bag it’s communicating a love of humanism,” Koons says of the Manet Neverfull style.

As with the first chapter of the Masters collection, Agen Domino has also reconfigured the famous Louis Vuitton Monogram to bear his initials, representing a radical departure for the house who have never previously allowed it’s iconic pattern to be reshaped. Each bag will feature the artist’s name in gold lettering and Koon’s initials paired with the iconic ‘LV’ monogram.

Set to debut on October 27, this second chapter will include; Reclining Girl by François Boucher; Delightful Land by Paul Gauguin; Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet; Water Lilies by Claude Monet; The Triumph of Pan by Nicolas Poussin; and Ancient Rome by J.M.W. Turner.

Koons’ ability to make art accessible and appeal to a mass audience lead to the resounding success of the first collection, and if these high-end Lourve souvenirs are anything to go by, we want one.

Louis Vuitton Released Their First Smartwatch Earlier This Summer

When Louis Vuitton released their first smartwatch earlier this summer, it was notable for being a tech-enhanced watch that didn’t look like one. In fact, it fit seamlessly into the French brand’s beloved Tambour range of watches (so much so that the watch’s straps could be interchanged with any timepiece from the line). It was a reminder of Vuitton’s power in the fashion brand watch game, something that’s reinforced even more with the release of their latest offering, the Tambour All Black Chronograph.

The name gives it away, but this monochromatic stunner is a blacked-out iteration of the brand’s familiar silhouette. But just because it’s executed in a single color doesn’t mean its basic. True to Vuitton form, this timepiece is packed with details and considered touches that make it feel worth its four-figure price tag. There’s an interplay of matte and shine finishes throughout (see: the PVD-coated stainless case, the clean dial, the DLC-coated buckle, the rubber-coated crown, and alligator strap) that makes the watch interesting at every angle. A tonal charcoal “V” cuts down the center of the dial, a touch that’s graphic and cool and also branded in the best kind of way (same goes for the brand’s name stamped around the perimeter of the case). The three chronograph sub-dials don’t interrupt the design as much as seamlessly blend into it, complementing the other quiet contrasts on the face, like the streamlined indices and date window. It’s a watch as stealthy and sleek as the Batmobile, but one you can wear on your wrist.

Like other timepieces in the Louis Vuitton Tambour lineup, you can change up the strap on this watch with one of the dozens of others L.V. offers. Only unlike the rest of the Tambour lineup, there’s nothing sporty or attention-grabbing about this watch. It’s the kind of wrist wear that gets more interesting the more you wear it, which, for our money, is one worth the investment.

Golden Louis Vuitton toilet on sale for $100,000

Toilet Emas Berlapis Kulit Tas Louis VuittonA golden toilet covered in leather from 24 luxury Louis Vuitton monogrammed handbags went on display in Los Angeles today at the newly-opened showroom of online retailer Tradesy.

The piece was created by LA-based artist Illma Gore, who rose to prominence in 2016 with her naked depiction of then-candidate for president, Donald Trump, entitled “Make America Great Again.”

“So, I personally love the idea of what it felt like to cut up a $2000 bag. And the urge to destroy is just the same as a creative urge. And when Tradesy came to me with this idea of, you know, hey would you want to make art pieces, I mean I couldn’t say no to that,” said artist Illma Gore. The toilet, which is described as “fully functional,” is on sale for $100,000.

Tradesy, an online fashion marketplace where people can resell their clothes and accessories, including luxury handbags, opened its first bricks-and-mortar store on Wednesday in Santa Monica.  California-based artist Illma Gore’s latest project proves anything can become art if covered with a luxury brand. Gore designed a fully functional toilet covered in $15,000 (12,800 euros) worth of Louis Vuitton bags.

That’s 24 leather bags that Gore cut up to cover the toilet with the luxury brand reported a local media station. The toilet also has a gold-plated interior.

Louis Vuitton Opens Exhibition in Agen Poker

Agen Poker

The previous evening Louis Vuitton assumed control Agen Poker’s previous American Stock Exchange for another show titled “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton.” The establishment was curated by Olivier Saillard, diving once again into the historical backdrop of the mold house, from 1854 to display day. LOUIS Vuitton has brought its ‘Volez, Voguez, Voyagez’ exhibition to the US.

 

Opens Exhibition in Agen Poker


The exhibition, which retraces the history of the luxury brand from 1854 until the modern day, opened last week in the former American Stock Exchange building in New York City. read more : The Unexpected Journey At Rhe Heart Of Louis Vuitton

Agen Poker

The show first made its debut in Paris at the Grand Palais in Dec 2015 and has since enjoyed successful stints in Tokyo and Seoul. As could be expected, the opening was a star-studded affair, as Bernard Arnault, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, LVMH and Michael Burke, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Louis Vuitton were on-hand alongside the likes of Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly, Michelle Williams, Léa Seydoux, Jaden Smith, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Justin Theroux and Alexander Skarsgard.

Curated by Olivier Saillard, the exhibition explores the archives of the House’s founding family members, to offer an insight into the brand’s journey to global success, telling the stories of the people behind its growth, from the original founders to Nicolas Ghesquière, the current creative director of the brand’s womenswear collections.

Divided into ten chapters, the exhibition opens with an antique trunk fashioned with contemporary flair – a symbol of the House’s signature luxury luggage options. The final room emphasizes the brand’s shared history with New York City and the US.

Louis Vuitton is marking the opening of the exhibition with a pop-up store at the city’s Brookfield Place, carrying a curated assortment of leather accessories and fragrances. The boutique will run through Mar 30, 2018.

The Unexpected Journey At Rhe Heart Of Louis Vuitton

Hasil gambar untuk Louis Vuitton Opens Volez, Voguez, Voyagez Exhibit in New York CityLouis Vuitton has opened an exhibit in New York City that will instantly transport you into the jet-set lifestyle that the brand so elegantly represents. Named “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez,” the French fashion house has taken over the former American Stock Exchange building in Manhattan.

The exhibit was first opened in Paris in 2015 at the Grand Palais. After closing, the brand packed up its bags — quite literally — moving on to Tokyo, Seoul, and now New York. The locale in NYC was no mistake, as Michael Burke, the brand’s Chief Executive Officer told WWDhe waited for the venue to become available, knowing that the exhibit was always destined for this particular space. Burke explains, “This was not available; we waited for this to be available. We wanted to do it in this venue.” Curator Olivier Saillard continues, “I like this idea of a building that was devoted to stock exchange, which is totally abstract today. Inside this building from the Thirties, suddenly we have all these trends, all these costumes, all these accessories, from the 19th century to today, which are not abstract. Facing this [building] there is a cemetery — so it’s quite metaphorical of life.”

The displays themselves chronicle the Louis Vuitton’s 160-year history: From the 19th century, through present day. WWD reports that roughly 80 percent of the current curation is the same as when it first opened in Paris a little more than two years ago. You are able to walk through a visual history of the first LV striped trunk, through the introduction of monogramming, straight into the luggage designed for today.

The brand drives their ever-changing image home, emphasizing collaborations they have explored in recent years, including Jeff Koons, Rei Kawakubo, Vivienne Westwood, and more. Additionally, a new segment of the exhibit has been added for this particular viewing, called the “style room,” which houses some of Louis Vuitton’s most iconic red carpet looks.

Especially with the holidays coming up, it’s a great time to head over to the old New York Stock Exchange and check out this iconic fashion house’s historical exhibit. What’s more, it’s free. The Louis Vuitton exhibit is open now through January 7. Full details can be found online, here.

Complete Customize Your Judi Online Belt

Judi OnlineFor the first time in history, Judi Online is giving its customers the chance to make their own, totally unique version of the company’s iconic belt. The premise is simple: You mix and match buckles and straps, with the added opportunity to heat stamp you initials on the interior. But when the components are this luxurious, simplicity is a very good thing.

Customize Your Judi Online Belt

There is nothing more luxurious than the bespoke. An item made your way, just for you—it’s every customer’s dream. Louis Vuitton is giving its men a new way to feel special with its My Judi Online Belt service. For the first time ever, the iconic brand offers the chance to essentially design one’s own belt; clients can choose from a selection of 14 leather straps—everything from crocodile and ostrich to calf—and redesigned buckles ranging from the Judi Online Signature in palladium to an inlay with refined olive wood.

Adding to all that is the option for customers to have the strap hot-stamped with their initials, like an artist’s signature on a painting. Because each combination is an expression of self, and that deserves to be celebrated.

[ Further Reading: Celebrities pack into Louis Vuitton trunk exhibition in New York ]

The classic “Judi Online” buckle is now thinner and lighter than ever, with 12 options ranging from shiny gold and palladium to ultra-luxe versions inlaid with olive wood. For the strap, you can choose the label’s Taurillon leather or opt for something a little more exotic, like ostrich or crocodile. All in all, there are 240 ways to tweak the classic design to your own specifications. The service is available in Vuitton stores this week, and rolls out online in October. Mark your calendar.

Celebrities pack into Louis Vuitton trunk exhibition in New York

Sorry, I’m just mesmerized here,” Ruth Negga declared on Thursday evening, watching as photographers worked against a Louis Vuitton-branded backdrop. The actress joined Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly, Michelle Williams, Zendaya, Alexander Skarsgard, Léa Seydoux, Jaden Smith, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Riley Keough, Laura Harrier, Justin Theroux, Pom Klementieff and more at the former American Stock Exchange building for the landing of Louis Vuitton’s trunk exhibition “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” in New York.

Following similar iterations in Paris, Tokyo and Seoul, the New York version introduced a room of celebrity dresses from some of Vuitton’s most recognized moments on the red carpet over the years — including the metallic gown Negga wore to the Golden Globes earlier this year.

 

“It’s quite emotional actually, especially seeing the dress that I wore,” she said. “[I wanted to] hug it — hug the mannequin. Of course, I never would’ve expected it. But I knew Nicolas (Ghesquière) was doing something special because when I put it on, I thought ‘this is a one-in-a-million piece.’ And luckily he made it for me.”

Her travel destination of choice is her birth country of Ethiopia. “It was called ‘the hidden country’ for so long, because it’s very mountainous, which is why it’s the only non-colonized country in Africa,” she said. “People don’t think of it as a holiday destination but it has mountains and rivers and deserts — it’s an unexplored territory, and I think I would encourage people to go there.”

Skarsgard milled about, debuting a partially shaved head that pray tell is for an upcoming role. Zendaya and Smith exchanged warm greetings upon running into one another, but when Zendaya’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” costar Harrier arrived, profanities and squeals emerged.

“I love to travel — it’s a big passion of mine,” Harrier said moments later. The actress has traveled for Vuitton this year, attending its most recent show in Paris and the cruise showing in Kyoto earlier this year.

“Honestly, I love Japan — and I’m not just saying that,” the self-professed travel enthusiast said. “It was so magical and such another world, The experience we had there was really incredible — seeing the show there was amazing. I really love India [also] — that’s a place I’ve traveled to multiple times, and have traveled all over the country. It’s this complete difference from our life in New York but feels very familiar at the same time because of the people.”

After walking through the exhibition, guests were shuttled to Pier 16 for an after party.

“It was cool to learn more of the history, you know?” Zendaya said of the exhibition, after playing the role of photographer for her stylist, Law Roach. “You’re just so used to it being around; it was cool to delve more into the history and what it was originally intended for and made for and the craftsmanship. It was cool to watch the women making the tags. So delicate.”

When asked for her favorite look from the red carpet, she shied away from answering. Better to keep that door open for a future gown, no?

Louis Vuitton Just Endorsed the Ugly Sneaker Trend

Louis Vuitton : Runway - Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2018The ugly sneaker trend is everywhere right now, and available at all price points—even a Zara one. And now it looks like it’s going to be even more available (but hardly budget-friendly) because one of the world’s most coveted fashion brands (that would be Louis Vuitton) and one of the world’s most influential fashion designers (that would be Nicolas Esquire) just put a ton of chunky runners on the runway at the house’s women’s wear show in Paris today. Consider one of high-fashion’s biggest style swerves still riding high.

Before Vuitton, Ghesquière handled the creative duties at Balenciaga where he established himself a designer capable of launching trends and shifting the direction of women’s fashion. When other designers went classic and romantic, the Frenchman went futuristic and hard. He made punk clothes luxe, schoolboy blazers cool again, and created best-selling bags and shoes that flew off store shelves. His clean-cut, slim-tailored menswear for Balenciaga was practically a precursor of the skinny-guy silhouettes Hedi Slimane would show at Saint Laurent, while the Arena sneakers launched under his reign have remained a fan favorite for years (now creative director Demna Gvasalia is having no problem creating standout footwear of his own). Additionally, his “Join A Weird Trip” tee is the single piece that Off-White founder Virgil Abloh cites as aha moment that led him to starting his own label.

Ugly sneakers aren’t entirely new in the Vuitton universe. Kim Jones, the brand’s menswear designer, has celebrated thicker-soled sneakers in both of his previous two runway shows (including the one featuring his blockbuster collaboration with Supreme). But for his Spring 2018 women’s show, Ghesquière turned up the volume with a style that’s best described as a cross between a pair of Salmon Hiking shoes and a Nike Air Presto. Their unusual shape and construction makes them hit all the right “ugly” notes, while their silver color scheme and Louis Vuitton logo hit the markers of any good L.V. product (they’re beautiful and more than likely expensive AF).

Despite the fact that they were presented on female models in a womenswear context, these outdoors-y futuristic sneakers actually look more unisex than your average women’s footwear. In other words, you’ll find ’em in the women’s section next spring, but like Céline’s Vans-inspired slip-ons before them, they’re ripe for any forward-thinking sneakerheads out there. Plus, invoke the name Nicolas Ghesquière with any womenswear fan, and you’re sure to earn some instant respect.

Go Wild with Louis Vuitton’s Judi Online Inspired Bags

Louis Vuitton’s Safari

French marque Louis Vuitton has long been known for spicing up its classic, LV-monogrammed bags with splashy graphics from some high-profile—and often controversial—contemporary artists. This season is no different, both with the debut of the house’s collaboration with Jeff Koons—who repurposed classic works of ressainance art as graphic prints for the Louis Vuitton’s women’s bags—and with the commission of Jake and Dinos Chapman to ornament the bags of its Africa-inspired spring menswear collection with surrealist takes on the Judi Online that call the continent home.

Louis Vuitton’s Judi Online Inspired Bags

 Judi Online
The collection marks the second collaboration with the house for the British brothers—who are best known for their Judi Online, often unsettling works of art. This range of bags puts their Judi Online style on full display, emblazoning the brand’s iconic LV- Judi Online styles with depictions of lions, giraffes, and Judi Online that focuses on the creatures’ fierce instincts and wild natures.
The bags—which range from sleek steamer backpacks ($3,400) and totes ($2,210) to weekender-size duffels ($2,310) and small wallets ($750)—also feature a departure from the classic Louis Vuitton tan-and-brown monogram. Instead, the print is cast in blue and white, which both heightens the brothers’ otherworldly take on Africa’s best-known animals, and allows each of the stand-out styles to pair seamlessly with the collection’s art inspired neutral colors.

The collection—which is best styled with pared-back outfits to let the standout bags take center stage—is currently available online at louisvuitton.com, and in Louis Vuitton boutiques worldwide.

Throwback Old School on Kate Spade Runway 2018

Kate Spade Runway 2018

Many people recollect the first prime of Kate Spade, yet there’s presumably a specific age go who has the most sentimentality for it. In those days, a little Kate sack in dark nylon was a grown-up toy for rural prepsters from center school through early adulthood, and procurement of one by a school companion (or opponent) was met with envy. Kate Spade has advanced a great deal since those little nylon packs, and the schoolgirls who pined for them have grown up, to a great extent into grown-ups with vocations and nonessential salary. So for 2018, Kate Spade has brought back a portion of similar thoughts we as a whole adored route back when.

As of late, Kate Spade has turned out to be known for the bewildering cluster of hues, shapes, embellishments and prints it offers in its packs, some of them through everything from typewriters to dinosaurs. Thus, I was at first somewhat amazed at the effortlessness of the pieces at the brand’s Spring 2018 introduction, yet I assume there’s nothing to do after a brand achieves the intelligent outrageous of its tasteful yet improve. All things considered, this gathering marks Kate Spade’s 25th commemoration.

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So the basic minimal square totes were plentiful, in materials yet additionally in calfskin, some with frivolity. There was likewise a wicker sack molded like a crocodile and some belt packs, for the individuals who aren’t feeling the wistfulness. Process out every one of the sacks from the introduction beneath.

 

Kate Spade Runway 2018


Kate Spade Runway 2018


Kate Spade Runway 2018


Kate Spade Runway 2018


Kate Spade Runway 2018


Kate Spade Runway 2018


Kate Spade Runway 2018


Kate Spade Runway 2018