The Trunk of Louis Vitton’s Brand is Russian History

Louis Vuitton is confronting kickback following the establishment of a 30-foot-tall, 112-foot-long darker trunk in Russia’s Red Square, which sits just alongside the sepulcher where Bolshevik pioneer Vladimir Lenin’s was let go. On Wednesday, Russia’s presidential organization requested that the image of extravagance be expelled.

The two-story trunk, which highlights Louis Vuitton’s mark logo and also the Russian banner, was intended to house a transitory display, “The Soul of Travel,” sorted out by Moscow’s GUM retail chain. Be that as it may, this common explanation in a region filled with Communist history didn’t sit well with many individuals. Alexander Sidyakin, an individual from the Russian parliament, documented a grievance with the nation’s antitrust guard dog, looking to expel the storage compartment on the premise that it disregards publicizing laws. Following people in general objection, it would appear that Sidyakin will get his desire. Read More : Louis Vuitton Collaboration with Jeff Koons

“This is a sacrosanct place for the Russian state,” Sergei Obukhov, an individual from the Communist Party Central Committee, told the Wall Street Journal. “There are a few images that can’t be trivialized or maligned.”

In an announcement, Louis Vuitton already said that the larger than average rendition of its trademark trunk was really a gesture to Russian history, as it’s designed according to “a trunk which once had a place with Prince Wladimir Orloff” and contains his monogrammed initials. Indeed, even the display itself has connections to Russia — continues from the six-week show will be given to the Naked Heart Foundation, a kids’ philanthropy upheld by Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova. (Vodianova is the sweetheart of Antoine Arnault, the CEO of Berluti, one of LVMH’s littlest possessions.)

Regardless of the constrained expulsion of the storage compartment, an agent from GUM retail establishment had said that the organization had gotten full legislative leeway before having it introduced. We’ve contacted Louis Vuitton for additionally remark.

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

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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.

 

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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.

Pack your bags! Louis Vuitton’s Exhibition is a total Trip

Louis Vuitton has always been synonymous with the “art of travel” and now the Parisian house is offering those of us in the States a bon voyage in the form of an exhibition.

Free and open to the public now through Jan. 7, the Maison presents Volez, Voguez, Voyagez — Louis Vuitton at the former American Stock Exchange building in New York City. The show first made its debut in Paris at the Grand Palais in December 2015 and has since enjoyed successful stints in Tokyo and Seoul.

Curated by Olivier Saillard, the exhibit transports viewers from Louis Vuitton’s genesis in 1854 to the present. Guests can expect reams of suitcases, trinkets, skateboards (yes, skateboards) and Oscars gowns gleaned from the House.

“Louis Vuitton has always been at the forefront of creation and innovation today and over a century ago. Constantly taking inspiration from our past, we craft the trends of today. Olivier Saillard has immersed himself in the Louis Vuitton archives to decode its secrets,” Louis Vuitton CEO Michael Burke says.

Spanning three floors, the immersive installation is brimming with curious finds — both old and new. “The exhibition is a fresh vision of Vuitton’s past, present and future,” Saillard says. Honing in on the maison’s founder — who was merely 14 years old when he traveled to Paris to apprentice as a trunk maker — Saillard found himself enthralled with the tale of this driven boy turned iconic brand. An Impressionistic painting of the founder at the entrance of the show drives home this point.

Divided into ten chapters, the exhibit opens with the most symbolic object of the house: An antique trunk. Collaborations with artists Stephen Sprouse, Takashi Murakami and Jeff Koons pepper the space alongside personal letters and books.

Saillard adds, “The most ‘Miami’ piece of the exhibit is a huge trunk especially made for an art dealer to carry his paintings. For me, Miami is the place for contemporary art.”

Go Wild with Louis Vuitton’s Judi Online Inspired Bags

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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.

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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.

Louis Vuitton unveils its latest Jeff Koons collection, featuring Monet, Gauguin and Turner

Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons: Paul Gauguin Delightful Land Neverfull bag“It’s a very profound object, a bag,” mused American artist Jeff Koonsearlier this year, when his collaboration with Louis Vuitton was launched. “What we put in them are things that are very personal, very meaningful, things that help us survive in this world.” And certainly there are multiple layers of meaning to the range, entitled Masters, the second wave of which is released today.

The collection looks to Loons’ 2015 Gazing Ball series, in which he created large-scale reproductions of famous historic paintings and adorned each one with a blue mirrored sphere, so that viewers could see their own reflections at the same time as the imitation masterpiece. For the Louis Vuitton range, the paintings were once again scaled down and reproduced on the brand’s most recognizable handbag silhouettes, each one emblazoned with the name of the original artist and finished with a leather inflatable rabbit – “a reference to my presence,” said Loons; his colossal 1986 stainless-steel sculpture Rabbit being one of his most recognizable works.

The initial launch in April saw work by Da Vinci, Titian, Fragonard, Van Gogh and Rubens recreated across Louis Vuitton’s Speedy, Keepall and Neverfull bags. Now six more masterpieces have been added to the range: Claude Monet’s Waterlilies, Paul Gauguin’s Delightful Land, Edouard Manet’s Luncheon on the Grass, J.M.W Turner’s Ancient Rome, Francois Boucher’s Reclining Girl and Nicolas Poussin’s The Triumph of Pan, the latter available exclusively at Vuitton’s newly reopened Place Vendôme boutique.

New handbag shapes have also been introduced, including the Montaigne, the Pochette and the Noé, all embellished with both the LV monogram and Koons’ reinterpretation of it using his own initials. In Vuitton’s long and well-documented history of collaborating with artists, Koons was the first one permitted to rework the monogram: a fitting nod to his status as the world’s most expensive living artist. In 2013, his Balloon Dog (Orange) steel sculpture sold for $58.4 million. In inviting the seminal artist to bring his favourite works to life in leather, Louis Vuitton’s latest launch allows customers to buy into art history in more ways than one.

Louis Vuitton Closes Judi Online Fashion Week

Judi OnlineLouis XIV didn’t think much of the Judi Online, preferring to install himself, his court and his mistresses at Versailles, where the decor was satisfyingly blingier. For that other Louis (Vuitton) however, it is a prestigious show space. Think of the cultural capital that comes from association with the most visited museum in the world. The Louvre also happens to be conveniently close to the 35,000 square feet of no-expense spared flag-ship the brand has just opened on Judi Online’s historic Place Vendome.  “This is the magic axis of Versailles, Vuitton and Judi Online,” says Michael Burke, Louis Vuitton’s CEO. No wonder they’ve booked it for the next two years. And why not? The Ritz hotel, favourite resting place for the international billionaires who flit through Paris on shopping trips, is across the square.

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Is there a vaulting sense of grandiosity here? Burke wouldn’t have it any other way, and both CEO and creative director were on the same page. There was more than a sprinkling of Versailles star power in this collection – one of Nicolas Ghesquiere’s best. Frock-coats may be out of step with fashion’s general street-casual mood, but when they look this good, they make a strong case for dressing up. Ghesquiere could have been thinking of Brigitte Macron, a recently acquired client and one with rather different sartorial needs to the maison’s paid faces, Michelle Williams and Alicia Vikander, both of whom sat in the front row, along with Cate Blanchett who has been doing the rounds in Milan and Paris.

Madame Macron may find one of those frock-coats, either in brocade , black leather or embroidered with flowers, handy for big functions at the Elysee Palace. As sharp and streamlined as a cutlass, cut close to the body and worn with stretch stripy mini skirts or wet look leather biker trousers with flipped up hems.

Louis Vuitton Spring 2018 Fashion Show

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It’s interesting to contemplate what a fashion reveal is in these accelerating days of social media. Kim Jones teased his new collection on the company Instagram @louisvuitton and on his own @mrkimjones account for days before his show along with, among other previews of the shoes and bags, a note thanking Drake, aka @champagnepapi, for his collaboration. The message was overlaid on a red Hawaiian print. When the audience arrived at the show in the Palais Royal this afternoon, the same prints were being sported all over the crowd, prominently worn by Naomi Campbell and others. So, no, it wasn’t a total and utter surprise to see that the collection had those self-same Hawaiian shirts in it, some veiled in organza, as Naomi was demonstrating in the front row. Nor was it a surprise to learn that the soundtrack was a song inspired by the collection that Drake had written. It had been pre-shared.

Vuitton is having its cake and eating it with its menswear these days. After the global blanket coverage of its collaboration with Supreme last season, there is one company narrative that says “super-fast” engagement with youth, while the other one—the oft-told story of its heirloom quality products—says “slow-slow” and “you must wait to have it.”

The company is lucky to have a designer in Kim Jones, who is able to move Vuitton forward at both of these speeds. In a preview, he talked about the halo success of the last show, but put the Supreme effect down to “the 10 percent.” Though not authorized to specify precisely how company sales figures have been stimulated, he talked about the direct conversations that have been sparked between himself and the new generation of teenagers who are fanatical about fashion in every detail. “I’ve found a lot of kids—16- to 18-year-olds—are researching what I did when I had my own label,” he said. That was quite a while ago, in London, in the early aughts, before fashion reporting documented everything via the Internet. But with their computer skills, these kids can harvest things that even their originators didn’t realize exist.

So Jones—even without a massive celebrity-designer image—is watched and revered as a cult figure. Inside fashion circles, he’s also rated for the deft way he can nail a broad-strokes idea that most men will get—the Hawaiian shirt is okay again, guys!—while also having a super-sophisticated hand with fluid tailoring, convincing proportions, and advanced fabric techniques. In this collection, for instance, there is paper-fine leather made to look like plastic, leather bonded onto neoprene, and rubberized tape used to seal surfer appeal into the many bags, micro to major, that were on accelerating show.

Louis Vuitton Takes Over the Louvre

Louis Vuitton Takes Over the Louvre

Nicolas Ghesquière took over the Louvre’s central Cour Marly for today’s Fall 2017 Louis Vuitton show in Paris. The scene was set with guests like Jennifer Connelly, Jaden Smith, and Michelle Williams seated between white marble statues and a multilevel runway that models navigated in square-toed leather boots. As for the collection, Ghesquière continued to build out the wardrobe of his Louis Vuitton woman, adding bias-cut silk dresses, chain-trimmed leather jackets, and more than a few rich fur jackets and vests. Get the scoop on the highs of the collection here and check back later for Nicole Phelps’s review.

Plenty of Celebrity Friends Showed Up

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Louis Vuitton routinely attracts an enviable crowd of celebs, like Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connelly, Jaden Smith, and Léa Seydoux. This season, LV also snagged Justin Theroux for its front row.

The Cour Marly Got a Dramatic Makeover of Sorts

Flashing fluorescent lights and Frank Ocean’s “Pyramids” only added to the intense mood of Ghesquière’s show, where models were tasked with traversing a multilevel runway. Luckily, the models were sporting walkable low-heeled boots.

Soft Dresses Open the Show

Rianne Van Rompaey opened the show in a Champagne bias-cut silk dress and leather coat, followed shortly thereafter by another slinky dress in bright sky blue. The softer silhouette of the slip might be new ground for Ghesquière, who frequently favors structure over ease, but the diagonal stitching and slight ruffle at the hem add a little tough edge.

Chain Detailing Puts a New Spin on Handiwork

Chain mail might be having a fashion moment, but in the hands of Ghesquière, the metal was reworked as tassels and trim on leather jackets, bracelets, belts, and nearly every body part in between. The long strands of silver links evoked the thin scarves of LV’s Resort 2017 collection at times or the metal decoration on a leather military jacket, like the one sported by model Kiki Willems.

The Melange of Texture

Just when you thought the oversize, natural fur on Natalie Westling was going to be the plushest look at the Vuitton show, out comes Julia Nobis in a multi-pelt short-sleeved coat. These rich pieces of outerwear were followed by shearling-lined jackets, peach fur toppers, and strangely textural minidresses that closed the show, giving the whole collection a depth of materials that’s best experienced IRL.

Not Your Average Negligée

A series of lingerie-inspired looks closed the show, but as with most things Vuitton, these were not your typical loungewear pieces. Using mixed prints, black lace, and furry stoles, Ghesquière created the sort of cool girl frocks you can expect to see around Paris Fashion Week next season.

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