Indya Moore has your invitation. The actress and Friend of the House is playing host to Nicolas Ghesquière's upcoming Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2019 Fashion Show at the Louvre in Paris. Stay tuned for exclusive previews and watch the show live on Wednesday, March 6th, 2019 at 4 am (Sydney-time) on louisvuitton.com
Actress Indya Moore invites you to watch the live broadcast of the Louis Vuitton Women's Fall-Winter 2019 Fashion Show in Paris.Fashion Nicolas Ghesquière Fall-Winter
Actress Indya Moore plays host to the upcoming Louis Vuitton Women's Fall-Winter 2019 Fashion Show.
Introducing Indya Moore, reporting from Paris. Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière has invited the actress and muse to host his upcoming Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2019 Fashion Show. Stay tuned for exclusive previews and watch the show live on Wednesday, March 6th, 2019 at 4 am (Sydney-time) on louisvuitton.comFashion Show Nicolas Ghesquière Fall-Winter
Louis Vuitton's New Classic Capucines bag has been refreshed with new finishes for Spring-Summer 2019.
Once again, the timelessly chic Capucines bag serves as the canvas for creative twists. New for Spring-Summer 2019 are several novel iterations: a smooth gradient effect, a beaded fleur-de-lys pattern, a bracelet-inspired chain with charms. With its understated form and exceptional craftsmanship, Capucines embodies Louis Vuitton's signature blend of both innovation and tradition.Capucines New Classics
With the arrival of Louis Vuitton’s Spring-Summer 2019 Collection comes a new crop of Capucines bags.
The understated simplicity and clean lines of Louis Vuitton’s Capucines bag have made it an ideal canvas for new variations season after season. For Spring-Summer 2019, fresh finishes of the Capucines are now available that bring unique twists on this Louis Vuitton New Classic bag. A gradient effect has been added in beige or pink, metallic beads have been hand sewn into a fleur-de-lys pattern, and a chain with Louis Vuitton-inspired charms has been added for a chic touch.Capucines New Classics
Louis Vuitton's Paris ateliers crafted a bespoke beaded gown for Oscar-nominee and Friend of the House Emma Stone.
From Louis Vuitton's ateliers in Paris to the Academy Awards in Los Angeles. Nicolas Ghesquiere designed a custom dress for muse Emma Stone’s appearance at the 91st Academy Awards, where the longtime Friend of the House was nominated as "Best Supporting Supporting Actress" for her role in "The Favorite". The gown used a 100% silk organza base for an entirely embroidered surface crafted with the renowned Lunéville crochet technique. Featuring 260,000 sequins, 200,000 beads, and 30,000 crystals, the embroidery took over 700 hours of work in addition to 5 days to assemble the complex geometric construction.Oscars Red carpet Academy Awards