Following a dreamlike safari through the African savanah, Louis Vuitton sets its trunks halfway between the sky and the sea under the beating sun, where the belles du jours give themselves to exciting visions of Caribbean jaunts.
Precious trunks, unique luggage and celebrated bags ring in tune with the scintillating nature. As colours range from aqua, desert to forest hues, all of Louis Vuitton's leather goods answer to this one radiant light.
Art & Travel
Louis Vuitton unveils its new Spirit of Travel campaign, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier.
Following a dreamlike safari through the African savanah, Louis Vuitton sets its trunks halfway between the sky and the sea under the beating sun, where the belles du jours give themselves to exciting visions of Caribbean jaunts.Campaign Trunks Leather Goods Photography
The new Spirit of Travel campaign embarks on a journey towards pure excellence.
Sailing towards the horizon, searching for adventures on a drifting pier: this is the spirit of travel for which the House of Louis Vuitton has long been recalled. Enveloped in luxury, an odyssey through the terrains of fashion. A journey exquisite in its elegance.
We have the Epi leather sitting interently in Louis Vuitton's history, beating stronger now that ever in whole, pastel tones against the pulsating ripples that have forever adorned trunks and suitcases, the iconic Alma bag and the new Twist alike.
Campaign Trunks Leather Goods Video Epi leather
The Louis Vuitton expands its collections of City Guides with six new destinations added to the worldwide lineup.
Now covering twenty-one of the world's greatest cities, Louis Vuitton adds the cities of Berlin, Istanbul, Milan, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore and Shanghai to its collection of City Guides. In addition, there will be a fresh look at Paris in the company of architect Frank Gehry.
Since 1998, Louis Vuitton has been sharing its unique perspective of the world through its City Guides which offer a hand-picked selection of addresses in each destination. Each guide includes the participation of a special guest contributor, who all speak from their personal experience in their home cities: a first person singular initiation to the city.
The Louis Vuitton City Guides can be purchased individually or as a box set including any 5 destinations among the 21 in the entire collection.
Fashion capitals: London, Milan, New York, Paris, Tokyo
Important centers for contemporary art: London, Miami, New York, São Paulo, Venice
Beach cities: Cape Town, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Sydney
Business cities: London, Hong Kong, New York, Singapore, Tokyo
City Guide Books
Fondation Louis Vuitton launches the second phase of its inaugural program with an expansive exhibition by Olafur Eliasson, from 17 December 2014 to 16 February 2015.
Entitled Contact, Olafur Eliasson’s exhibition explores “the relations between self, space, and universe” by creating a cosmos within the Fondation.
Eliasson’s first solo show in France since his 2002 exhibition at the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, Contact envelops visitors in a choreography of moving light and shadows, seemingly transporting them into the darkness of outer space. A number of smaller optical devices distributed throughout specially built passageways continue the artist’s on-going investigations into the mechanisms of perception and the construction of space.
As Olafur Eliasson explains: “My exhibition addresses that which lies at the edge of our senses and knowledge, of our imagination and our expectations. It is about the horizon that divides, for each of us, the known from the unknown.”
Chief Curator : Suzanne Pagé
Curators: Laurence Bossé and Hans Ulrich Obrist, in close cooperation with Claire Staebler, together with Olafur Eliasson and his studio.
More at http://www.fondationlouisvuitton.fr/Fondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition Olafur Eliasson
Louis Vuitton unveils an unreleased modular furniture design created by Pierre Paulin in 1972 for Herman Miller.
Cultivating a tradition of innovation, Louis Vuitton participates in a residential project conceived in 1972 by Pierre Paulin for American furniture maker Herman Miller. This long-lost, one-of-a-kind project had never actually been realized.
This year, Louis Vuitton once again revisits functionality by realizing “Playing with Shapes”; a satellite exhibition for the Miami Design District during Art Basel Miami, held December 2nd - 7th.
“One expects from a designer a practical object with, if possible, a touch of poetry and elegance”.
- Pierre Paulin
Avant-garde designer Pierre Paulin anticipated the necessary alliance between a changing world, new techniques and a living space that was conceived as a refuge, or an intimate safe house. From 1969, Pierre Paulin had been in contact with Herman Miller, a furniture company founded by the De Pree family. The artist admired the family’s history, particularly the fact that they had produced works by Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson. Together, Paulin and the company planned to produce a range of original and revolutionary equipment for residential homes. The rest is history.
Miami Photography Pierre Paulin