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Wait a second — is this a Louis Vuitton commercial or the Da Vinci Code?!
Kate Moss looks like she got caught in a very fashionable tropical storm on the November cover of Jalouse. Dressed in a Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama raincoat, the super (and her perfectly tousled hair) poses in the midst of some artfully placed palm fronds. Frankenstorm Sandy, this is not.
It’s a day of firsts for Kristen Stewart: not only did she make her first red carpet appearance for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 in Tokyo, but she also did it in fresh-from-the-runway Louis Vuitton. That lucky, lucky girl.
Last season, Marc Jacobs piled his models aboard the Louis Vuitton express, a custom-built steam engine that reportedly cost the house $8 million. This year he toned it down a tad, merely installing functional escalators for the LV girls to ride on their way down to the lemon yellow-and-white checked runway.
Michael Phelps‘ Annie Leibovitz-lensed Louis Vuitton campaign has been the source of much contention since it leaked to the press last week. But did it violate an International Olympic Committee regulation?
Looks like Ryan Lochte isn’t the only Team USA swimmer dipping his toes into the fashion industry. Louis Vuitton has reportedly tapped Michael Phelps as their latest campaign star.
The height of waffle luxury.
One would think that PR teams for firearm manufacturers might be extra-conscientious this week following the horrific shootings in Aurora, CO. Then again, we might have said the same thing about social media managers, and that certainly does not seem to have been the case.
Marc Jacobs and the Louis Vuitton Express have just made their big debut in Shanghai, where the designer recreated his breathtaking fall 2012 Paris show and celebrated the re-opening of the brand’s enormous Maison store.
Louis Vuitton wasn’t happy about losing a lawsuit to Warner Bros. last month, and have now appealed the ruling.
Louis Vuitton‘s artist collaborations have a history of becoming cult classics. Well, LV just unveiled its newest collab with pop artist Yayoi Kusama.
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco hung out with German President Joachim Gauck and his domestic parter Daniela Schadt in Berlin this morning. Naturally, we have to discuss what everyone wore, and we have issues with Charlene’s outfit.
Louis Vuitton and sports don’t typically go hand-in-hand, but you’ll soon be able to shop for Speedy bags and check out the official posters for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in the same store.
Remember when Louis Vuitton filed a lawsuit against Warner Brothers for using fake LV bags in The Hangover II? Well, they lost the case.
Remember the Louis Vuitton Express? The one from LV’s fall 2012 show that was so incredibly elaborate that everyone cheered? Well, now no one can say Marc Jacobs‘ ideas aren’t as cost-conscious as they are fabulous.
While earlier this week we got a look at tiny people playing in the Louis Vuitton store, today’s news concerns images starring a different kind of tiny person. Models! And lots of them.
Louis Vuitton does some pretty cool things with its luxurious goods. Remember the LV grasshopper?! Well, now you can see tiny people enjoying Vuitton.
Louis Vuitton‘s season-long train ride is full steam ahead with its latest film starring Purple magazine’s Olivier Zahm.
For your inner history buff/luggage lover comes a new app from the good people at Louis Vuitton. “100 Legendary Trunks” is available for download now on iTunes, coinciding with the publication of the brand’s new book titled (would you know it?) Louis Vuitton: 100 Legendary Trunks.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled in favor of Louis Vuitton in a counterfeiting lawsuit after 15 months of investigation. The French house filed a suit against several companies for allegedly importing and selling designs with the iconic Toile Monogram marks.