Envelope Clutch is another new size evolved from the iconic Pouch this Spring, with refreshing geometrical aesthetics. The angular clutch body is folded into trapezoidal, featuring…
Each season, Louis Vuitton proposes new interpretation of the bag offering a wide variety of colors and materials and innovative techniques. For Spring-Summer 2020, monochrome colours – including…
A veritable ode to gardens and the beauty of their diversity, this captivating, summery series of images showcases the codes of the collection, from tie-dye ensembles to reinterpretations of the Bar suit
Have you ever thought of surprising your BFF to spend some quality time together? One of our BFF did! Winnie Harlow, supermodel and public ambassador of the vitiligo is enjoying her day in Miami when her…
The CELINE RAFFIA Basket bag evolves that same spirit of nonchalant Parisian chic in an oversized, long shoulder carry-on, made from braided palm leaves.
With its mix of architectural lines and metallic charms – a tribute to the lucky tokens Monsieur Dior was never without – the Lady Dior handbag embodies the quintessence of the House’s spirit
The LV Pont 9 bag is available in a diverse range of striking colours. Alongside the understated and elegant Noir and delicate Crème is a palette of more vibrant tones : deep sunset-like Summer Gold; feminine and vibrant Rose Dahlia; and soft and dreamy Bleu Orage.
Louis Vuitton’s LV Escale collection tells the story of seaside holidays inspired by shibori, the age-old Japanese technique that consists in twisting and knotting fabric before dyeing it.
For the Pre-Fall 2020 season, Louis Vuitton launches LV2 – ‘Louis Vuitton squared’ – a standalone collaboration between men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh and Nigo.
Crafted with a stripped-back, ‘90s-inspired, minimalist aesthetic. The NIDIR features a 5-centimeter heel. The materials, canvas, leather and metallic leather give a retro feel.
Going from old to new and from unprecedented to patrimonial. Anachronism becomes an attitude. Testing one’s agility with respect to a wardrobe. This collection is like a sartorial tune-up in which personality takes precedence: everyone can pen their own history.
“A very simple, very pure momentum. Romanticism but without any flourishes. Emotions but without any frills,” explains Virginie Viard. “Movement, air… For the runway show, no frame. I don’t like framing.”
This collection stems from the desire to focus on the humanity of individuals to depict and exalt their feelings and emotions, despite age, gender, race and disposition. The codes of classicism and uniform dressing are the instruments Pierpaolo Piccioli chose to promote equality.
For Fall/Winter 2020, a consideration of the strength of women, an emphasis on an inherent authority found in that which is intrinsically feminine. Rather than a negation of identity, a celebration
We are still in the ’70s, at least according to Hedi Slimane, who designed another collection (Fall Winter 2020 2021) for Celine where all the most characteristic items from the amazing ’70s are again in the spotlight.
Giuseppe Zanotti SS20 reinterprets its House codes with details of elegance and femininity. Flowers are recurring throughout the collection and grow like blooms on the season’s key styles
For Winter 2020 Anthony Vaccarello revisits Saint Laurent’s well-behaved and overly bourgeoise elegance of the Nineties. Between gilded salons and nocturnal places inhabited by…