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Louis Vuitton Unveils "Eco-Felt" Line & New Logo

Louis Vuitton just revealed the most unexpected — and eco-friendly — luxury leather goods line. The capsule showcases Louis Vuitton’s new commitment to circularity in the most luxurious way. The new "Felt Line" was teased in the film for LV’s men’s collection in January. It consists of three classic bags,...
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Louis Vuitton-owner LVMH believes the future of retail will be mostly in-store

LONDON — There are questions about the future of retail, but French luxury goods giant LVMH has no doubt what it will look like. "We see the future being two things: being mostly retail stores, because the client experience in a retail store cannot be matched easily online. As of today, I mean, no one has found the sort of miracle formula that would enable clients to enjoy as much online," Jean Jacques Guiony, chief financial officer at LVMH, told CNBC on Monday.
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Socialite paints miniature horse named Danny DeVito with Louis Vuitton pattern

A society party was attended by the most rich-New York guest we can imagine — a pony emblazoned head-to-toe in the Louis Vuitton logo. Real estate developer Alexander Hankin hosted an LV pop-up on his Bucks County, Penn., farm, and we’re told his sister, Danielle, had the idea to get their miniature horse, Danny DeVito, dressed appropriately.
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Louis Vuitton Unveil $5,650 ‘Ball in Basket’ Bag

Sport and style have clashed once again, with French fashion brand Louis Vuitton teaming up with the NBA to create their new basketball-shaped handbag. The uniquely designed ‘Ball in a Basket’ bag will no doubt be one of the most collectible pieces in the LV x NBA SEASON 2 collaboration.
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Louis Vuitton Cruise 2022: a passport to the future

Louis Vuitton has traditionally holidayed all over the globe for its cruise collections, from the Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in Rio de Janeiro to the Miho Museum in Kyoto, and even the TWA Flight Terminal at JFK airport for 2020, the location of the house’s last destination resort show pre-pandemic. For Cruise 2022, far off travel remained strictly off limits, taking place in Cergy-Pontoise, a town just outside of LV’s Parisian home.
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Louis Vuitton hosts cruise show at striking location just outside Paris

Today, Louis Vuitton staged its latest fashion show, where it presented its cruise 2022 collection, kicking off a series of cruise shows which are set to take place in exotic locations over the next few weeks. And, although the French fashion house didn't venture too far from its base in Paris, Louis Vuitton certainly chose a breathtaking location in which to showcase its latest collection.
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Louis Vuitton Resort 2022

Imagine a long, red bridge canopied with angular arches set against a cloud-dappled blue sky, and a fleet of young women striding confidently over it, their low-heeled boots as colorful as flags. As it’s June, it could be a Pride march, but it was in fact Louis Vuitton’s cruise 2022...

This service makes it very easy to sell your pre-owned Louis Vuitton bags

Demand for Louis Vuitton bags is as high as ever. Many are eager to take advantage of this and part ways with their covetable Vuitton designs. But how and where can you sell your pre-owned Louis Vuitton bags? Louis Vuitton has a myriad of classic bags and seasonal designs to its name. Many of its classic styles are reimagined season after season and throughout the years this has resulted in some truly iconic pieces. With the house’s handbag offerings evolving each season, it makes sense that fans of the brand may choose to part ways with their Vuitton treasures at some point. This may be to make way for new styles or to simply clean out their closet. But where should you sell your Louis Vuitton bags? And where will secure you the best price, a stress-free selling experience, and ensure your Louis Vuitton bag remains part of the circular fashion economy? This is a conundrum that many owners of Vuitton bags have faced at some point and The Vintage Bar is the answer.
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Louis Vuitton Looks To A Bright Future

The future is full of color. That’s the message Nicolas Ghesquière conveys in Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2022 collection. While cruise collections are often shown in the far-flung locations designers imagine their customers will want to wear the designs IRL, the runway stayed close to Vuitton’s home in Paris. Ghesquière chose Axe Majeur as the location for the June 15 show, an art installation in Cergy that highlights the relationship between the urban and the natural. “An architecture of reconciliation where water, light, wind, sand, concrete, stone, and steel create a felicitous relationship between nature, space, and time,” says the creative director via the show notes.
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Louis Vuitton Envisions a Positive Path Forward for Cruise 2022

A devoted fan of modernist architecture, Nicolas Ghesquière staged Louis Vuitton's Cruise 2022 show on Tuesday at Axe Majeur, an urban sculpture in a northwest suburb of Paris by the late Dani Karavan. The monumental work boasts structural features that symbolize time and pace of human life while also celebrating art and nature — all concepts that are often referenced in the creative director's work and definitely in this collection.
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The 2022 Louis Vuitton Cruise collection steps into the world of geometry, from the “Ile Astronomique” to “Le Douze Colonnes” and “Le Jardin des Droits de l’Homme,” culminating in “La Passerelle.” The collection marches with joyful bands of color in a line of positive collective looks. Axe Majeur, near Paris, evolves a promenade with peaceful sculpture and an aura of synthesis, where water, light, wind, sand, concrete, stone, and steel create a serene relationship between nature, space, and time.
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Louis Vuitton or Gucci? New Data Reveals the Most Resold Luxury Brands

For many of us, purchasing items directly from luxury fashion brands is out of reach and completely unsustainable. However, with recent reports suggesting that reselling and thrifting has grown 21 times faster than the actual retail apparel market, a window of opportunity has arisen for those of us who want to fill our wardrobes with luxury fashion items.