Louis Vuitton presents Objets Nomades, a collection of travel-inspired objects by ten established and emerging designers that reinvents the Louis Vuitton Art of Travel and celebrates the encounter between savoir-faire and design. The collection counts 17 travel-inspired pieces, each crafted in noble materials and produced as unique objects, limited editions or experimental prototypes.
Louis Vuitton presents Objets Nomades, a collection of travel-inspired pieces for the first time in Asia.Singapore Objets Nomades
In May 2016, the “Louis Vuitton Travel Book” collection adds South Africa to its destinations and revisits the Paris edition.
It is now the turn of Brecht Evens, a young and talented author of graphic novels, to offer a fresh look at the city of Paris. While the painter Liu Xiaodong expresses his real experience of South Africa.
Each artist explores a country previously unknown to them. They confront an unfamiliar place with a viewpoint sharpened by the surprise of the unknown or stimulated by the pleasure of rediscovery.
Going beyond the pictorial vocation of these travel journals, the collection highlights the rich aesthetic horizons of today’s art. During their travels, these artists from various corners of the world were free to choose their mode of expression and communicated their views of other places through drawing, painting, collage, contemporary art, illustration, cartoons or manga.
For each new title, a limited edition of 30 copies numbered and signed by the artist will be available in selected Louis Vuitton stores. View the entire collection including the two new destinations here.
Travel Books Illustration Painting Paris
On May 20th, 21st and 22nd, the public will once again be able to discover Louis Vuitton’s rich heritage and the excellence and savoir–faire of its artisans.
For this third edition of Les Journées Particulières, new locations will open their doors for the first time to the public: Fiesso d'Artico (in Veneto, Italy), and La Fabrique du Temps in Geneva, (Switzerland), in addition to Louis Vuitton Workshops in Asnières, and Sainte-Florence (in Vendée, France).
Tradition will also meet modernity as the event will go digital with live behind-the-scenes imagery of the visits to private venues, thanks to members of the Instagram and Facebook communities.
Register from now and receive the 'Les Journées Particulières' newsletter on www.lvmh.com/lesjourneesparticulieres.Event Asnières Savoir-Faire
Louis Vuitton launches an official application for the exhibition “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” which is open to the public in a bespoke structure near Kioicho, the neighbourhood in Tokyo.
The application "LV TOKYO EXPO" offers a guided tour through the exhibition and an immersive experience in the world of Louis Vuitton. It is geolocalised to facilitate the journey through the different rooms. Interactive experiences enable the visitor to dive into the Louis Vuitton universe, including a visit to the workshops of Asnières, the customisation of the travel trunk and flicking through the sketchbook of Gaston-Louis Vuitton. The application also functions as an audio guide of the exhibition.
It offers a special feature which enable to share the experience with a touch of Japanese essence.
Take a photo with your inspiration for your finale of Louis Vuitton journey.
Discover the exhibition here.Exhibition Tokyo
A boot with an LV Twist buckle creates a transversal signature with the new classic Louis Vuitton Twist bag.
The new Flat Ranger in plain calf leather is adorned with the interlaced letters “L” and “V” to create the LV Twist buckle, as a transversal signature with the Twist leather goods collection.
The decorative ankle strap matches the calf leather. The boot also features golden accessories and black laces.
An absolute must-have this season that will give any outfit a masculine-feminine edge.
See a video of the wonderland boot.
Shoes Twist Video