A yellow brick road, a field of red poppies, an emerald green forest… The colourful World of Oz that inspired the Men's Spring-Summer 2019 Collection has been brought to life in a London townhouse. Presented this past summer on a rainbow runway at the Palais Royal in Paris, the collection was Virgil Abloh's first as Louis Vuitton's Men's Artistic Director. For one week only, visitors are invited to discover the new ready-to-wear, accessories, and leather goods through a distinctly prismatic lens.
Louis Vuitton opens a pop-up space in London especially designed for Virgil Abloh's debut collection as Men's Artistic Director.Pop-up Store Spring-Summer 2019 Virgil Abloh Menswear London
Louis Vuitton's new men's capsule collection travels to the Alpes for a selection of patch-covered leather goods, accessories and read-to-wear pieces.
Patches have evolved from their initial function of simple identification to become the object of avid collectors around the world. The introduction of patches as souvenirs dates to the 19th century, the same period during which Louis Vuitton first created innovative trunks covered of hotel stickers for a new era of travel. Today, the Maison incorporates this tradition with this new capsule collection, emblazoning original patches on pieces such as the classic Keepall bag.
For this year's collection, the Alpes are the chosen destination, lending their natural beauty to the graphic designs. The mountainous landscape has been interpreted into three types of embroidered, embossed leather, and tufted patches for an overall adventurous style. Find this new seasonal collection online and in stores now.Alpes Men Ready-to-wear Leather goods Patches
Louis Vuitton is opening a balloon-themed pop-up store at GINZA SIX from October 29th through November 8th.
Balloons made of brilliantly colored scarves decorate this unique space offering pre-launch of Louis Vuitton's Spring-Summer textile collection and numerous other popular items. The Pop-Up introduces models of women's silk scarves available exclusively here in Japan, as well as knit scarves and other seasonal items for both men and women.
Also available are accessories, wallets, and a selection from the Gifting collection, for yourself or loved ones. Discover first-hand the playful detailing and bold color variations of both Louis Vuitton's iconic and new designs.
Louis Vuitton Balloon Pop-Up
AT GINZA SIX 2F
6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
From 10:30am to 20:30pm
October 29th to November 8th, 2018Ginza Pop-up Store Accessories Textiles
Louis Vuitton is delighted to introduce its own chatbot for the United Kingdom, a digital assistant that extends the luxury customer experience throught Facebook instant messaging.
Elevating client experience and maintaining a direct communication with customers has been a pillar of the Louis Vuitton philosophy since its founding in 1854. With the arrival of a chatbot as a new feature accessible through Facebook Messenger, instantaneous contact becomes easier and more intuitive than ever.
Similar to today’s advanced messaging technologies, the real-time communication tool supports customers with information and advice as they complete their final purchase. On call at all times – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – this digital assistant is intended as a dependable, indispensable service that integrates the familiarity of messaging with the luxury of Louis Vuitton.
Programmed to address a wide range of topics, the Facebook chatbot can help with finding a desired item or advise on product availability in the UK stores. Customers will sense a personalised, one-to-one touch as they engage in the discussions.
As an expert voice, it is poised to further the relationship customers have with the House. It will enhance the personalised visual and conversational shopping experience for each client, while attesting to Louis Vuitton’s embrace of technology alongside savoir faire.Chatbot Messenging Artificial Intelligence
The Espace Louis Vuitton München is pleased to present two series from French artist Sophie Calle’s oeuvre from September 19, 2018 to February 24, 2019.
For the sixth exhibition of the Fondation Louis Vuitton’s "Hors-les-murs" programme, this exhibition presents eight video works (Voir la mer, 2011) and six photographic pieces (L’Hôtel, 1981-1983) attesting to Calle’s defining work, ranging from self-investigative encounters in the 1980s to the altruistic investigations of recent years. The videos in Voir la mer each consists of a screen presenting a participant on his or her first revelatory experience of seeing the sea in Istanbul. L’Hôtel comprises of photographic and written documentations produced by the artist during a three-week stint as a hotel maid in Venice, whereby she investigates the perceived lives of total strangers via their belongings and patterns of temporary habitation.
Through these two series, Calle invites the viewer to be a witness to her creative sojourns, unwittingly converting them from innocent bystander to complicit voyeur and intimate collaborator. By demolishing the boundaries between performance and adventure, the anonymous and the intimate, the permitted and the forbidden, she offers a safe place to reflect on one’s habitual practices, material possessions and own purpose.
Espace Louis Vuitton München
Maximilianstrasse 2a, 80539 Munich
Phone: +49 (0)89 558938100
Monday - Friday: 12am to 7pm
Saturday: 10am to 7pm
The Espace Louis Vuitton München takes part in Die Lange Nacht der Münchner Museen. On Saturday, October 20, 2018, the opening hours will be extended to 2am.Exhibition Munich