• THE MONOGRAM FOREVER COLLECTION

    Louis Vuitton launches a new fine jewelry line, the Monogram Forever collection, as a tribute to the iconic Monogram eternity flower.

    The classical Monogram flower is honored with a contemporary vision through a new line offering a complete set of jewels made of round diamonds mounted in white gold and enhanced with a specific Louis Vuitton facet-setting.

    In this film, different key phases of the House exceptional jewelry-making know-how are shown directly from the Atelier joaillier Place Vendôme. View the creative and technical process, from the initial rendering in gouache to the meticulous selection of gemstones and delicate craft to realise the final piece.

    These dazzling sleepers, timeless ring and pendant will give you sparkle day or night.

    Discover the line here.

    Fine Jewellery Monogram Diamonds
  • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON

    • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • ASTRALIS AT THE ESPACE CULTUREL LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    The 23rd exhibition of the Espace culturel Louis Vuitton in Paris takes visitors on a journey into the Astral depths exploring impenetrable worlds… until May 11th 2014.

    Astralis is based on the poem by Novalis, a famous figure in early 19th century German Romanticism, and refers to the concept of the mystified self: an individual who confuses dreams and reality and who, like the artists and visitors of the exhibition, lives at the border between the visible and the invisible.

    Experience these celestial and elusive dimensions in the remarkable resurgence of the dozen international artists’ works selected by curator Pascal Pique for Musée de l’Invisible.

    Featured artists in slideshow from left to right: Børre Saethre(© Maxime Dufour/ Louis Vuitton), Damien Deroubaix (© Pauline Guyon/ Louis Vuitton), Myriam Mechita (© Myriam Mechita), Jean-Luc Favero (© Claire-Noëlle Mouy), Art Oriente Objet (Marion Laval Jeantet and Benoit Mangin) (© Pauline Guyon/ Louis Vuitton), Charley Case (© Charley Case), David Altmejd (© Pauline Guyon/ Louis Vuitton).

    Espace culturel Exhibition
  • ON THE ROAD TO PHILOSOPHY PART 2 WITH MATTHIAS SCHOENAERTS

    Discover another chapter of the video ad campaign featuring Cesar winning actor Matthias Schoenaerts for Louis Vuitton Men's Spring/Summer 2014 collection.

    Selected by Jacques Audiard to partner Marion Cotillard in “Rust and Bone” (2012), Matthias Schoenaerts evokes his experience on acting: “Just forget about what you thought you learned and just discover it, rediscover it and that's easier said than done."

    Shot in Arizona by Mikael Jansson, this film showcases the Cabas East/West bag from the Spring/Summer 2014 collection designed by Kim Jones and inspired by the American South West style.

    Discover the Men's Spring/Summer 2014 collection HERE.

    Leather Goods Ready to Wear Video Ad Campaign
  • ON THE ROAD TO PHILOSOPHY WITH MATTHIAS SCHOENAERTS

    Wide open spaces of America have inspired the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2014 menswear collection featuring the Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts and the new Damier Cobalt line.

    In this film, 2013 César awarded most promising male actor, Matthias Schoenaerts shares his views on acting, traveling and personal experiences: “I think it’s human nature to look for what is comfortable… It’s very important to break boundaries for yourself in order to grow… you look for people that take you away from your comfort zone, keep an open mind and keep on dreaming, ... stay curious.”

    The campaign shot by Mikael Jansson presents the Damier Cobalt leather goods unveiled at the last Fall/Winter 2014-2015 show, notably the Keepall 55 Band bag, now available in stores along with all products.

    Discover these must-haves HERE.

    Leather Goods Video Ad Campaign
  • TRACES OF DISAPPEARANCE AT ESPACE LOUIS VUITTON TOKYO

    • TRACES OF DISAPPEARANCE AT ESPACE LOUIS VUITTON TOKYO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • TRACES OF DISAPPEARANCE AT ESPACE LOUIS VUITTON TOKYO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • TRACES OF DISAPPEARANCE AT ESPACE LOUIS VUITTON TOKYO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • TRACES OF DISAPPEARANCE AT ESPACE LOUIS VUITTON TOKYO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • TRACES OF DISAPPEARANCE AT ESPACE LOUIS VUITTON TOKYO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    The exhibition  “Traces of Disappearance” is taking place at the Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo until 13th of April, 2014.

    For its 9th exhibition, Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo presents a group show entitled “Traces of Disappearance” curated by Murielle Hladik and Eva Kraus.

    With the ambivalence between conservation and decomposition, and between the desire for eternity and ephemerality as its theme, this exhibition invites visitors to reflect on the passage of time. Including human beings and the artifacts created by them, nothing in this world is eternal, but subject to the machinations of time. The featured artists, Naoya Hatakeyama, Kasper Kovitz, Anne and Patrick Poirier, and Goang-Ming Yuan express this concept with various motifs, materials and media.

    We hope you will enjoy the exhibition which will raise universal questions deeply related to the existence of human beings.

    Traces of Disappearance
    Duration: 18th January 2014 . 13th April 2014
    Address: Louis Vuitton Omotesando Bldg. 7F
    5-7-5 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001, JAPAN
    Tel: +81 (0)3 5766 1094
    Hours: 12 pm to 8pm
    Regular holiday: not fixed
    Free admission

    Discover more detail for the exhibition here.

    ©Louis Vuitton / Jérémie Souteyrat, Courtesy of Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo

    Exhibition Espace culturel Photography