In this series of images taken by Peter Lindbergh, Michelle Williams perfectly embodies the refinement of Capucines. The ever stylish and timeless handbag is once again at the centre of a Louis Vuitton campaign unveiling this time a new colour palette dedicated to the season.
Discover the ad campaign with Michelle Williams, featuring new shades for the Capucines handbag.
In this series of images taken by Peter Lindbergh, Michelle Williams perfectly embodies the refinement of Capucines. The ever stylish and timeless handbag is once again at the centre of a Louis Vuitton campaign unveiling this time a new colour palette dedicated to the season.Ad Campaign Leather Goods Photography Michelle Williams
For the presentation of its second Cruise collection, Louis Vuitton is travelling to Palm Springs, California.
The show will be broadcast live on May 7th 11:15 AM Sydney time in an exclusive setting: The Bob and Dolores Hope Estate, a Palm Springs landmark, designed by the great modernist architect John Lautner.
Sitting on the top of Southridge and overlooking the entire Coachella Valley, this iconic and futuristic estate is hosting a fashion show for the first time in its history.
Considered as the largest private estate in Palm Springs, it was designed by John Lautner, a renowned architect whose work in Southern California is celebrated for its technical prowess and spectacular, sensual and progressive lines. A legend among Palm Springs estates, it is also famous for its major architectural interest, so characteristic of Desert Modernism.
Fashion show Cruise Nicolas Ghesquière Architecture Palm Springs
Structure, elegance, character – such is the nature of this Louis Vuitton classic. Descended from a colorful and charismatic lineage, the Alma bag has long since made a name for itself. It’s about time we told its story.
He is Louis Vuitton’s soul-mate. With his camera and his boyhood dreams slung over his shoulder, Jean Larivière wandered around the globe on a quest for the elusive ideal image – one that captures water, earth, sky… and the spirit of travel. Portrait of an alchemist and adventurer.
Fondation Louis Vuitton presents the exhibition Keys to a passion from April 1st to July 6th 2015.
As the third phase of its inaugural programme, Fondation Louis Vuitton presents an important exhibition entitled Keys to a passion, which will be held from April 1st to July 6th 2015. This exhibition gathers a select choice of major works which have been key to the development of modernity, and have changed the course of art history in the 20th century. It includes works from artists such as Mondrian, Malevich, Rothko, Delaunay, Léger, Picabia, Munch, Dix, Giacometti, Matisse, Kupka and Severini.
Following on from previous announcements, Keys to a passion highlights the Foundation’s collaborative relationships with major French and international institutions. Lenders to this exhibition include : The State Hermitage museum, Saint Petersburg; Tate Modern, London; MoMA, New York; The Munch Museum, Oslo; Guggenheim, New York; Gemeentemuseum, The Hague; The Pushkin Museum, Saint Petersburg; The Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo; The State Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg; MNAM-Centre Pompidou, Paris; Kunsthaus, Zürich; MOCA, Los Angeles.
A symposium dealing with diverse issues, shared by many global institutions, will be held on June 12th and 13th, 2015. It will cover themes such as: “What does it mean to collect art today?”, “Who is currently making art history?”, “What impact does the art market have on this landscape?”, “What makes a work iconic?”.
The exhibition Keys to a passion is curated by Suzanne Pagé and Béatrice Parent, in collaboration with Isabelle Monod-Fontaine as scientific advisor.
Fondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition