More articles about: Louis Vuitton

 
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Who knew there was more to black suits, functional outerwear, and cashmere coats?
When you think of clothing essentials, shirts, chinos, and suits are often what come to mind. These are essentially the building blocks of any wardrobe. In his latest collection however, Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton men's artistic director gives a whole new meaning to the word “essentials.” Staples Edition is Abloh's ...
 
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The Taigarama collection is reserved for men.
Don't tell the wife, but Louis Vuitton reserves a special kind of leather for men. More premium and also thicker, the taiga leather is rugged, relaxed, and sophisticated, so that it can: (1) withstand your temperamental tantrums, (2) not scare off your ...
 
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Because travel and style have always gone hand in hand.
Luggage has certainly evolved over the years. First, there was the steamer trunk which eventually gave way to the suitcase, all leading to today's smart luggage. Arranged alphabetically from Away to Valextra, these are the top luggage brands that have been trusted ...
 
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From Fenty Beauty to Veuve Clicquot, here are a few of the finest brands that LVMH owns.
As the world's largest luxury goods company, Bernard Arnault's LVMH has a vast portfolio of brands and subsidiaries. It has a total of 70 houses, 25 legacy houses, plus five brands that are younger than five years. LVMH's brands range from wines ...
 
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These classic pieces are some of the most coveted from the brand.
In 1854, a malletier by the name of Louis Vuitton opened a store that sold trunks on Rue Neuve des Capucines in Paris, France. Four years later, Vuitton introduced flat-topped trunks which could be stacked during voyages. This innovation was what cemented ...
 
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These soon-to-be It bags feature a whole lot of logos and warm tones.
The cycle of fashion is one that’s swift. Case in point, certain items on trend today will probably be considered “last season” the next. While handbags have the ability to transcend seasons, it’s still best to be a smart consumer and buy ...
 
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Your guide to this ever-changing industry.
Slimane? Gvasalia? Wang? It is said that artistic directors at luxury fashion houses are in a perpetual game of “musical chairs” with designers hopping from one brand to another. It can get a tad bit confusing, and we totally get you! If you’re ...
 
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From the most luxurious fashion brands to more under-the-radar options, here are some of the best bags of the season.
The 2010s have proven to be a decade of nostalgia, and it’s even more evident in the bags out today. From the resurrection of Carrie Bradshaw’s favorite styles and the return of logomania to newer and more experimental styles, Spring/Summer 2019 has ...
 
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Watch us queue on the wait list for one of these shockers.
Virgil Abloh sent an army of glow in the dark Keepall bags down the Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2019 menswear runway, and you can bet the internet went wild for it. Our first thought: How fitting that, at a show reportedly inspired by ...
 
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Famous faces include Thandie Newton, Michelle Williams, and Sophie Turner.
While Versace and Moschino went with major runway shows in Italy for their pre-fall 2019 collections, Louis Vuitton's Nicolas Ghesquiére had a different plan in mind. After staging a dreamy Louis Vuitton cruise resort show in the South of France last May, ...
 
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Should you go for a customized version?
It's time to weigh your options when selecting your next luxury bag! Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, it just did. Case in point: Louis Vuitton’s Capucines. Introduced in 2013 and named after the street where Louis Vuitton first opened its doors, ...
 
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The ultimate self-giving fantasy? A decadent Parthenon high above L.A. where everything is for sale.
On a clear evening in Beverly Hills, at a $100 million palace designed by Paul McClean that is, fittingly, called Opus, a handful of deep-pocketed locals wandered the grounds. It wasn’t the food that wooed the attendees (although, in very un-L.A. fashion, ...
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