Louis Vuitton Turns to Facebook to Chat Customers Online

The producer of $1,370 canvas duffle sacks and $575 monogram belts has propelled a “virtual guide” on Facebook Messenger for U.S. customers, Palo Alto, California-based AI startup Mode.ai said in an announcement Wednesday. The chatbot will answer inquiries for everything Louis Vuitton: looking through the brand’s online index, pulling up catwalk shows and history about the brand, and giving tips for item upkeep.

The move comes as proprietor LVMH, whose items likewise incorporate Christian Dior fragrances and Dom Perignon Champagne, quickens its endeavors to bring its extravagance merchandise domain into the computerized age. This year the organization propelled multibrand web based business destinations for the two its form and drink divisions, while Louis Vuitton revealed its first internet business webpage in China. The brand likewise presented its first smartwatch, the $2,450 Tambour Horizon.

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“Our customers get a kick out of the chance to be associated with the Louis Vuitton universe wherever they are,” the calfskin great brand’s CEO, Michael Burke, said in the announcement.

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It has for quite some time been basic practice for retailers to acquire additional staff to capitalize on the occasion surge. As of late, top of the line brands like trench-coat creator Burberry Group Plc, perfumer Estee Lauder Cos. furthermore, watchmaker Richemont’s Jaeger-LeCoultre have additionally hoped to help their business drive by a more flexible means — upgrading their online networking nearness with chatbots that can converse with a huge number of customers on the double.

Facebook Inc. has urged retailers to create chatbots as a component of the organization’s technique of keeping clients all alone site and applications, not exploring endlessly to look for administrations and data from different organizations.

“We are still in the beginning times of AI innovation appropriation in the retail business,” said Eitan Sharon, CEO of Mode.ai, which built up the bot for Vuitton. Sharon said he anticipates that more organizations will swing to AI as customers request a more customized internet shopping background.

Louis Vuitton Tuileries Bags With Cari Supir

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Cari SupirNew season, new accessories for fashionistas. For the Spring 2017 season, Louis Vuitton unveiled a collection of updated Cari Supir, Handbags and Hobos named after the majestic Tuileries Garden in Paris.

 

Louis Vuitton Tuileries Bags With Cari Supir

Located in front of the Louvre Museum, the garden is a major feature at every Fashion Week in Paris. For the collection, they have combined their iconic Monogram canvas with colorful cowhide leather accents to create the Louis Vuitton Tuileries Bags.

Louis Vuitton trusts these new pieces will open another part in Monogram story in ladies’ mold. The striking and on-incline styles are certain to pull in the mold cognizant group. The adaptable gathering with removable ties enables them to be conveyed by hand, finished the shoulder, cross-body or on the elbow, which makes sacks effectively go from easygoing to formal. The tri-shading cowhide complemented gathering likewise highlight outside zip pockets with hued pulls. For couple of additional bucks add more form to your sack with a calfskin Tassel Bag Charm. As Louis Vuitton notes on the site “an accumulation for consistently”.

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“New to spring 17, the Tuileries Besace blends Monogram canvas with tricolor calfskin emphasizes for an intense, mold forward look. Simple chic consistently pack, the Besace might be conveyed by hand, on the shoulder or cross-body, because of a removable tie.” Available in hues caramel and khaki.

“The new Tuileries Handbag recounts a strong form story with its eye-getting blend of Monogram canvas and tricolor cowhide calfskin. It permits different methods for convey, with twin Toron handles for a chic elbow convey and a tie for functional over-the-bear wear.” Available in hues dark, caramel and khaki.

“Named after the Tuileries Gardens, this new Hobo consolidates the legacy cachet of Monogram contorted by brilliant cowhide: the outcome is strong and on-slant. Its simple charm makes the Hobo a chic, laid-back sack for consistently.” Available in hues caramel and dark

Things You Should Have To About Louis Vuitton

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It’s at the young age of 16 that Louis Vuitton subsequent to having understood the potential for trunk-production, settled on seeking after the calling. Little did the chap realize that the business was foreordained to prosper and develop into one of the greatest, broadly known and driving style houses on the planet. An organization established in 1854 by Louis Vuitton first commenced in Paris with its trunk-production, and from that point forward, the French mold expert has broadened into shifted scopes of extravagance merchandise – trunks, cowhide products, prepared to-wears like shoes, watches and watch cases, adornments, embellishments, shades, books, a written work gathering and even rubbish packs – for the insane Louis Vuitton buffs!

Truly, you’d most likely gone over design crazes swear by the brand, and seek to possess no less than one Louis Vuitton. Be that as it may, on the other side, you’d just locate a modest bunch who’d have broadened learning about the brand – its beginnings, whereabouts and intriguing certainties. Presently, there’s no purpose behind you to feel low coz’ you don’t fall under the classification of the ‘know-it-all’s’. Here’s lighting up your temperament with a couple of must-know LV realities!

  1. Do you know that Louis Vuitton was hired as a personal box-maker and packer for Napoleon’s (Emperor of the French in 1852) wife?! This is how Louis found himself the elite clientele. His ticket to create history in the world of fashion and lifestyle!
  2. Crafted with much precision and passion, the brand is very touchy about its designs, so much so it trademarked the striped pattern, even making the color combinations its signature. Nonetheless, the brand’s increasing popularity only heightened counterfeits. That’s when Louis Vuitton’s son came up with the idea of the famous Louise Vuitton Monogram – three floral motifs and the founder’s initials interlaced, the LV signature we are quite acquainted with.
  3. We have been all praise for Louis Vuitton. But did you know that the “World’s Most Valuable Brand” has to its credit not only uphill treads, but also a few slip off’s. One of them being the ‘Chewy Vuitton‘ case for which Louis Vuitton sued the dog toy owner Hate Diggity-Dog for trademark infringement. Naturally, the case ruled ‘not-in-favor’ of Louis Vuitton as the brand’s patented signature could no way be “infringed” by a satirical marketing gimmick, and more so, one that involves a pet chew toy and bed!
  4.  As compared to its most luxurious, Louis Vuitton’s largest luxurious boutique stands tall at 101 avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris. Spread over 1,800sq.mt, the brand initially had a store at the same venue, but shut it down for renovation for around 2 years, revamping and reopening doors to Louis Vuitton’s impartial collection for both men and women.
  5. Believe it or not, but it seems like there are no borders to the Louis Vuitton attractiveness. The highly acclaimed brand has a total of five boutiques in Nevada, all in the same city and on the same street! Cheers to that!
  6. Did you know that Louis Vuitton gives away bags to the press before its collection hits the runway? Well, the SS’05 Lizard Cerises Pochette, FW ’07 Squitchy Bag, and the SS ’07 TDF cabas with a Speedy incrust, among others, were the giveaways that found ownership with the press. If not the runways, its Christmas that the press look forward to. Here, not out of reverence for the occasion, rather towards LV’s Christmas goodies! Sources reveal: 2005 saw LV’s Petit Noe Epi Mocha with gunmetal hardware convey seasonal greetings, while in 2006 it was the Miroir Silver Speedy, which only a few got lucky with. Now, how does the prospect of being a journalist make you feel? Appealing?
  7. One of the most prized possessions of LV – Speedy launched in 1930, was originally introduced as a travel case christened – Express. But it’s a humble phone call request from US’s iconic film and fashion figure – Audrey Hepburn (in 1960’s) that got the collection its glory. Audrey requested Louis to custom-make a mini-Speedy for her, thus revolutionizing the collection and making it an age-no-bar popularity. The collection is available in different versions varying in sizes. You can own a classic Speedy for just $2,650USD.
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  8. Another of the most popular bags Louis Vuitton has produced – the Alma has been one of the most sought after. Dazzling its clientele with its chic, stylish and sophisticated look and feel, the Alma found its way to the wardrobes of many celebs. So much so, that it was the only bag Chanel ever carried other than one of her own creations!
  9. If you own an LV, know that what you carry is not only an exquisitely stylish fashionstatement, but a rough and tough merchandise that has endured enough and more testing to ensure its durability and user-friendliness. All Louis Vuitton bags and jewelry undergo vigorous tests: the bags are tested by mechanisms that drops them from about half a meter height consecutively for a duration of four days, and while doing so, the bags have been packed with three and a half kilograms weight! This is not all, the test of endurance doesn’t end here. The material undergoes bombardment of ultraviolent rays to ensure resistance to fading.
  10. Now don’t panic when you read this. Be forewarned. What if I tell you that after every season – the sale, items being offered to SAs and employees of the company, all Louis Vuitton shoes and bags are sent back to its factory in France and are shredded or burnt(!), would you believe me? Yes, it’s true!

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.

Louis Vuitton Opens Exhibition in Agen Poker

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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

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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.

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?