A modern marvel that has impressed generations of travelers. At the dawn of the Jet Age, architect Eero Saarinen designed the distinctive TWA Terminal at Idlewild Airport (now called John F. Kennedy Airport). Sharing this same forward-looking vision of the Spirit of Travel, Louis Vuitton will present Nicolas Ghesquière's next Cruise Collection at the renovated TWA Flight Center on May 8th at 7 pm (EDT).
Inaugurated in 1962, the landmark TWA Terminal at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport will host Louis Vuitton's Cruise 2020 Fashion Show.Fashion Show Cruise Women
Nicolas Ghesquière has chosen New York as the next destination for his traveling Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection.
The unmistakable cityscape could only be New York City. America's most famous metropolis serves as the next destination for Louis Vuitton's traveling Cruise Collection. After Monaco, Palm Springs, Brazil, Japan, and the French Riviera, Nicolas Ghesquière turns to the landmark TWA Flight Center at New York's John F. Kennedy airport to present his Cruise 2020 Fashion Show.Fashion Show Cruise Women
From April 30th to June 1st, 2019, clients in Frankfurt can discover the Men's Fall-Winter 2019 precollection in an exclusive pop-in store.
From April 30th to June 1st, 2019 inclusive, the ready-to-wear, leather goods, accessories and shoes of the Men's Fall-Winter 2019 precollection will be presented in a pop-in store in Frankfurt.
With this collection, Men's Artistic Director Virgil Abloh once again presents timeless garments and accessories inspired by the idea of matching every wardrobe. The cultural melting pot Tokyo serves as the leitmotif for this collection, which moves between past, present and future. Silhouettes and colours are reminiscent of Japanese uniforms from the public sector, sports and outdoor activities. Graphics as prints become a tribute to Japan and its motor sport.Stores Virgil Abloh Fall-Winter 2019
Louis Vuitton is hosting a special Pop-Up Store in Hong Kong dedicated to Virgil Abloh's first Pre-Collection for the Maison.
Louis Vuitton's Men's Artistic Director unveils his first Louis Vuitton Pre-Collection for Fall-Winter 2019 with a study of the very nature of such a collection. Going to the essentials, the notion of trendless and timeless garments and accessories informs the collection. With its tension between past, present, and future, the cultural melting pot of Tokyo serves as an overall motif. Wardrobe staples and colors draw on everyday Japanese uniforms found in public service, outdoor pursuits, and sports. Graphics pay homage to Japan and motorsports. Discover the Men's Fall-Winter 2019 Pre-Collection now at the ELEMENTS center in Hong Kong.
Address: 1/F Metal Zone, ELEMENTS, Hong Kong
Dates: May 1st to May 19th, 2019
Opening hours: Sunday - Monday 10:30 am to 8:30 pmReady-to-Wear Pop-up Store Menswear
This spring, Louis Vuitton marks the Maison's 30th anniversary in the Italian city of Bari with the inauguration of a brand new store.
Located just a few meters from the first store in Bari which opened in 1989, the new Louis Vuitton store furthers the Maison's presence on the famous via Sparano, the city's famed central shopping street. Visitors will have the opportunity to discover Louis Vuitton's exceptional savoir-faire through the complete offer of leather goods, travel items, textiles, watches, jewelry, accessories, fragrances, and shoes for both women and men.
Through its modern architecture and the use of multiple materials and textures, the store occupies an elegant and contemporary space: woods with different shades are combined with fine leather to cover the walls and special modular furnishings are harmoniously placed. Shelves held by leather belts, embellished with the iconic visible stitching and decorated with the classic gold rivets, explicitly reference Louis Vuitton history as a luggage maker. The color palette, the marble, and the furnishings give life to a sober combination of contemporary proportions, blending past and present, French and Italian history and craftsmanship.Store Opening