LOUIS VUITTON SPRING SUMMER 2017 RUNWAY BAG COLLECTION

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Africa, as the home of modern civilisation, is the inspiration for Louis Vuitton’s Spring-Summer 2017 collection. It is also a metaphor - of a return to roots, to heritage, to formative influences, to the blueprint. Asserting your identity.
These themes are explored literally and figuratively. Africa is constantly present, a heartbeat under the collection, combined with the rebellion of London Punk and the emblematic savoir-faire of the Maison. By its very nature, the journey between these different destinations and influences evokes the spirit of travel, which is the very essence - the blueprint - of Louis Vuitton.
Africa is evoked through rich, intricate textile treatments, exotic skins, a menagerie of animal prints. In a continuation of his first Louis Vuitton show about his childhood in Kenya and Bostwana, Kim Jones, Men’s Artistic Director revisits Africa today, expressing notions of the safari and the gentleman traveller. The palette is dominated by Savannah-bleached shades; jackets have Saharienne detailing.
“There’s always something a little London hidden somewhere, though. This time it is the influence of Punk - albeit via Africa, where Frank Marshall’s “Renegades” portrait series of Botswana biker gangs in heavy leather depicts the fusion of two disparate aesthetics. Add a third, the French elegance of Louis Vuitton.“ says Kim Jones.

Punk brings edge, transparent rubber, mohair, zips and straps, all infused with African pattern and finished with the Maison’s unique techniques. Louis Vuitton’s second commission with Jake and Dinos Chapman surrenders four prints depicting twisted animals; their veldt is the Vuitton Monogram. Mohair is knitted to imitate animal markings, and zebra patterns are colored in a petroleum blue. Footwear especially draws on Punk themes, parachute straps forming sandal designs and crepe soles added to laced brogues.
There are unexpected connections between these elements. The utilitarian details of Punk tie the movement to Vuitton’s heritage as a trunk-maker, a practical streak; tartan walks hand-in-hand with Maasai checks; the hand crafts of Africa link to French savoir-faire. Textiles are intricately realised: multi-coloured, paper-thin leather is woven like baskets; while a mesh is hand-wrapped with strips of Monogram in a quartet of colours, four Vuitton patterns creating a fifth, the Karakoram design. Exotic skins are vital - connecting Africa to Paris, while the biker jacket evokes Punk. Zips are added to Punk pants; crocodile and ostrich are used for coats and jackets, as well as key Vuitton accessories. They are polymorphs, crossing boundaries and evoking the trio of inspirational starting-points.
The accessories mark a literal return to roots - the origins of the Monogram itself. Two new iterations, the Monogram Savane Ink and Monogram Savane Dune, are based on the blueprints of the toile, trademarked in 1896. The iconic Louis Vuitton Steamer bag, the first soft travel bag, is reinterpreted as a backpack, whilst heritage styles are drawn from the archives like the Randonnée bag, as well as from the leather goods. Original, yet new: all are updated, reinvented, using textiles from the collection to highlight the synergy between clothes and accessories. A series of trunks underscore the themes of the collection, in animal hides and prints or laser-etched with Chapman imagery, like a preparatory drawing for collection’s prints.
Even the Punk’s archetypal dog collar - here the “Baxter” - is a style originating in the Vuitton archives. Its fresh context transforms its perception. That is a summary of the approach of this collection. Travelling back to the blueprint, the essence, using the old to create something new.
About the Chapman brothers
Dinos was born in London in 1962 and Jake Chapman was born in Cheltenham in 1966. They both graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1990 and worked as assistants to Gilbert and George before collaborating in 1992. The Chapmans weave a vast range of associations into their work, using material from all areas of the cultural landscape including philosophical theory, art history and consumer culture. They engage with inflammatory subjects and use subversive strategies to produce works that defiantly refute straightforward interpretation. Celebrated all over the world, the Chapman Brothers were nominated for the Turner Prize in 2003.



The Petite Malle Bag, Dora Bag, City Steamer, Twist Bag, Lockit Bag, Camera Box Bag, The Palm Springs Backpack and prints like the Reversed Monogram, Jungle Dots or the Monogram Chain Flower – we have seen a lot of pretty things since Nicolas Ghesquiere took over.

And so we do have a high expectation for the Spring Summer 2017 Collection and certainly we are not disappointed at all. Let’s cover some important points here…

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Most probably inspired by the iconic Trunk, just like the Petite Malle Bag. The first time we saw this beauty, we thought it might be a clutch bag. Small, designed with the classic luggage tag and printed with the Monogram in shiny-effect, this looks like a promising investment.

But by looking further, this is actually a Phone Holder. And what’s even more brilliant is that the luggage tag is used to cover your earphones.

The Phone Holders are available in different designs like the vintage Luggage Trunk looks with black edges, golden hardware and monogram canvas. But they’re available in different colors. So ladies, select your FAVO!

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Although its influence today is global, Louis Vuitton remains, above all else, a French house — a fact that we were all reminded of during the label’s Spring/Summer ‘17 show in Paris this week. Held at the future home of the brand’s Place Vendôme flagship, the show looked out onto the storied intersection of that square and Rue Saint-Honoré below, providing the perfect backdrop for what was undoubtedly Nicolas Ghesquière’s most Parisian collection to date. While his Resort ‘17 collection saw him exploring the sporty, seaside culture of Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro, this season saw a more sophisticated, polished lineup from the designer, who focused more on the cuts and tailoring of his pieces rather than exuberant colors and prints (though there were plenty of those too). To wit, there were grey business-like pantsuits featuring slit skirts, cut-outs along the shoulders and open, capelet backs, as well as several tuxedo jackets with smooth, rounded shoulders. In a continuation of Resort’s daring cut-outs, Ghesquière also sliced a number of his looks, revealing an exposed neckline on a sparkly, sheer blouse, or the bare hipbone on one of his slinky, draped dresses. When not doling out glammed-up pieces for the bourgeois, Ghesquière nodded to the droves of fashionable young girls who have recently found their way into his customer base. For them, Ghesquière provided sweatshirts, graphic logo tees, slit leather skirts and skinny lace pants worn under matching mini skirts. In true Parisian style, theses were pieces that didn’t look like they were trying too hard.

Meanwhile, handbags continue to be a strong point for the French house — a tradition that harkens back to its founding in the 1800s.  In homage to those early days, Ghesquière once again called on the label’s iconic Petite Malle, this time reimagining it as a slim phone case that fit neatly into his models’s hands. For those looking for a little more storage space, there were also plenty of other more spacious styles to choose from including the monogram top-handle totes that featured corset-like leather detailing and funky zippered pouches rendered in a checkerboard pattern not unlike the ones that dominated Marc Jacob’s Spring/Summer ‘12 show for the house.

As for the footwear, Ghesquière’s bright, multi-color alligator and python skin boots proved utterly desirable (they’re high vamps and pointy toes made them both classic and sporty), as did the heeled pumps with their black bondage-style lacing. Like the rest of Ghesquière’s collection, they were the perfect balance of classic and modern intrigue.

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Instantly in love when we spotted this fresh shoulder bag. We love the details – so complex yet heavenly! The bag is crafted with a checkered design, the handles are gorgeous and the center is made stunningly with the Classic LV lock. Wow, so what is your wish next year?

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We love simplicity and this fits perfectly in that category. You see, this bag is fabulous for numerous of reasons. Some ladies don’t like Monogram Canvas and other busy prints, some like simple design yet timeless.

Simple, but the leather looks smooth and nice. It features long handles and zipper on the front side. Perhaps there is a front pocket or it can be used to expand the bag. But for those that like the Neverfull, but want a minimalistic bag, here it is.

Oh yes, the luggage tags are the finishing touch.

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Introducing the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2017 Runway Bag Collection. Nicolas Ghesquière presented his edgy and sexy collection at the Place Vendôme, instead of the usual Fondation Louis Vuitton during the final day of Paris Fashion Week. The most coveted accessory in the runway was the iPhone case version of the popular Petite Malle bag. The phone cover includes a key ring and was presented in different materials like Monogram Canvas, Monogram Reverse and Crocodile leather. Louis Vuitton introduces a new color for the Damier pattern, which now comes in all Black and Tan. A variety of bags were seen in the runway with rope like handles. The top handle and flap bags with a lock closure has a striking resemblance to the Luna Bag. Tote bags in different shapes, as well as rectangular clutch bags were also featured in the collection.


Today’s Louis Vuitton show took place in the future home of the brand’s Place Vendôme flagship. Scheduled to open in 2017, the new store will combine two buildings, spanning the famous square and the Rue Saint-Honoré. Sitting on the boutique-to-be’s second floor this morning with those monumental views out the windows, there was no escaping the metaphor: As global as its reach is, Louis Vuitton is Paris.

So it was fitting that creative directorNicolas Ghesquière brought his collection home metaphorically, as well. His Cruise offering, presented in Rio de Janeiro last May, was a tribute to that city’s sportif seaside culture—colorful, loaded with print, and beachily body-baring. The orientation of his bold new Louis Vuitton collection is different. While it retained some of the tropes of the previous season—the daring cut-outs in particular—the results were more glam. Call it hot bourgeois. “I realize that I didn’t explore that much yet the sophistication and the more dressed-up part of Louis Vuitton,” he said afterward.

The sophistication he was speaking of comes down to the type of clothing he zeroed in on: tailoring, first and foremost. Ghesquière’s are not suits for office drones; with slices removed from the shoulders and capeleted open backs, they negotiated the territory between practicality and experimentation. As he settles in at Louis Vuitton (today’s venue seemed conceived at least in part to quash the ongoing rumors that he’s on his way out the door), Ghesquière is leaning more toward experimentation, if not the outright high-concept fashion of his earlier days. See the asymmetric draped jersey numbers with the hip and midriff cut-outs, some with 1980s-ish sprinkles of crystals and glitter; see also the series of long, sheer-yet-discreet dresses at the end.


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Louis Vuitton Monogram Rouge Noir Petite Malle Souple

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One of the pieces I fell hardest for when I previewed it last year during the press presentation in Bangkok, it’s a squishy soft-sided take on the Petite Malle which has done very well for the French luxury house of late. Looking almost exactly like its predecessor right down to its leather trim and front clasp, it’s topped with a zip that runs right across the bag for easy access.

Available in 2 sizes (the MM and the GM), the unisex Petite Malle Souple will also come in toile and calf leather, but for now, let’s just focus on this beauty. Besides being easier to handle (it’s squishy, remember?), it’s also a tad (just a tad) easier on the pocket, with the MM and GM retailing for SGD4800 and SGD5650 respectively.

To be released sometime in early March 2015 (late February if we’re lucky), there are only 2 things you need to do right now regarding this bag. Save. And wait list. Which is what I’ll be doing as far as this baby is concerned.

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LOUIS VUITTON SPRING SUMMER 2016 LOOKBOOK

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For style ideas, we turn to lookbooks…and we are ever-grateful for the kind of inspiration they give. So allow us to take you in for a spin while one of our favorite brands, Louis Vuitton, comes up with their own for Spring Summer 2016! Drool-worthy couture is everything for the budding fashionista, and trust us – we’re making notes of our own!

The over-all color palette for this lookbook may reflect a more subdued, neutral take but you can never mess with the basics! And of course, the luxury brand knows this fact very well…keeping it all under control. Still basic, but with attitude.

The Louis Vuitton Lookbook for Spring Summer 2016 was shot by the visionary Jurgen Teller, under natural lighting and with models posing in the studio behind glass – reflecting the sun, sights and Paris sky. There is no perfect background other than this, and the attention to detail on this lookbook is really obvious. We’re seeing some fashion-forward bags and footwear (have you seen the Twist Chain bag?)…actually, we’re just dying to get our hands on the pieces from this lookbook. So, any thoughts on this? Comment now!

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Louis Vuitton City Steamer Tote Bag Reference Guide for Cruise 2016

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Louis Vuitton City Steamer Tote Bag Reference Guide for Cruise 2016

One of the most highly anticipated bags from the Cruise 2016 collection is here from Louis Vuitton. The bag was first introduced during the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2016 runway collection. The City Steamer tote is a structured bag that is available in three main sizes MM, GM and PM. It’s an update on the classic ‘Steamer’ luggage bag series that originated from the inception of the brand.

The updated design features a Louis Vuitton engraved padlock and LV embossed luggage tag on the front. The tote features a double zip enclosure with Dora style handles. It includes a convenient carrying strap. The bag can also be monogrammed as pictured from runway model Liu Wen’s instagram, when she was gifted this exclusive piece. Available in different colors in sizes PM and MM and two different bicolors.

The Louis Vuitton Bond Street store in the UK and Harrod’s will be receiving these bags first. The bags are expected to arrive at selected other stores in November.

Style, Price and Size

Style US Price UK Price Size
Louis Vuitton City Steamer GM Bag $4,400.00 (USD) 2,450 GBP 13.4″ L x 11.4″ H x 5.5 D
Louis Vuitton City Steamer MM Bag $4,100.00 (USD) 2,300 GBP 12.2″ L x 10.2″ H x 4.7″D
Louis Vuitton City Steamer PM Bag $3,550.00 (USD) 2,000 GBP 10.2″ L x 9.1″ H x 3.9″ D
Louis Vuitton Studded City Steamer PM Bag $5,750.00 (USD) 3,250 GBP  10.2″ L x 9.1″ H x 3.9″ D

 

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LOUIS VUITTON TWIST CHAIN WALLET

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Louis Vuitton Twist Chain Crocodile Leather Wallet
Size: 7.5′ x 3.9’ inches
Price: $9,650 USD

Louis Vuitton is a brand we all love, just because they have a lot of amazing designs to offer. We’re going to emphasize the luxury house’s fashion status even more with their line of Twist Chain Wallets. This piece in particular is one of the new designs commissioned as creative director Nicolas Ghesquière took over. They’re truly bringing in their ‘A’-game, and we can’t wait to see what they’ve got in store for all of us! Let’s all take a look.

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How exotic can a Twist Chain get? This crocodile leather baby is everything! It is adorned with gold hardware and chain, which contrasts the exterior beautifully. With six credit card slots, one flat zipped coin pocket and a large compartment inside, you’ll never ever doubt this classic stunner again.

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Louis Vuitton Twist Chain Python Leather Wallet
Size: 7.5′ x 3.9’ inches
Price: $1,910 USD

Crocodile coming off too strong for you? Let this white python stunner be your signature piece! It still boasts of the same functionalities as the croc piece above.

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Louis Vuitton Twist Chain Epi Denim Leather Wallet
Size: 7.5′ x 3.9’ inches
Price: $1,620 USD, €1,100 EUR

Epi Denim is a bombshell, don’t you think? This blue wonder is made with cowhide leather, with grained calf leather lining. Palladium hardware gives this bag an added shine, on top of its no-nonsense functionality.

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Louis Vuitton Twist Chain Epi Azteque Leather Wallet
Size: 7.5′ x 3.9’ inches
Price: $1,840 USD, €1,250 EUR

Inspired by Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection, this Epi Azteque beauty is as practical as it can get! It also shares the same functionality with the Crocodile Leather variation (plus one inside flat pocket), but instead of gold, it has a long, silver metallic chain. How cool is that?

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Louis Vuitton Twist Chain Graphic Print Leather Wallet
Size: 7.5′ x 3.9’ inches
Price: $1,910 USD, €1,300 EUR

Get this – the chain and hardware on this thing is mat black! Well, the Graphic Print variation is something that’s edgy and classy at the same time. Like the other two, it is also super functional and stylish!

All of these pieces bear the signature Twist turn-lock, an architectural, eye-catching design element you should watch out for. Get your very own Twist Chain Wallet now via Louis Vuitton online boutique.

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Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection – Paris Fashion Week

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Louis Vuitton, one of the most ancient brands in the fashion world, the history of which traces back to the early 1854 and which has survived three centuries in a row, seems to imitate Benjamin Button, living its life back to front, annually growing younger and younger. Actually, in recent years the credit for the brand’s fresh and breezy atmosphere goes largely to one of the most talented and ingenious fashion designers of this generation, Nicolas Ghesquiere, who has gained great respect thanks to his experimental soul and his innate avant-garde style. Today in the morning he once again sincerely opened the door of his warm soul to large masses at the Fondation Louis Vuitton presenting the futuristic and digital Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2016 collection, which was evidently worth the finale day of Paris Fashion Week spring 2016.

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The digital design of the runway with video screens took us to a place where everything was made of blocks; there was an obvious reference to the popular video game Minecraft but accompanied by an impressive psychological session that was stating to build your own life yourself since your only limit was your imagination, day and night, shine and rain. Those were definitely the very thoughts that had led Nicolas Ghesquiere to build his own castle at Louis Vuitton atelier and transmit to us his utmost fortitude and moral strength by means of his rough and vigorous pieces.

The models were being forwarded down the runway as if realistic warriors, who were relying on their heavy and strong ensembles against the cruel enemies. The leather and heavy chains were predominating in the collection being the best materials to use as a symbol of power and energy. Evidently there were some androgynous elements embracing the entire Louis Vuitton spring 2016 collection, but Ghesquiere, however, had not ignored that he was dealing with fragile and tender ladies. That is why next to some roughly-tailored leather jackets and vests there were also loose-fitting ankle-skimming frocks showcased, decorated with beads in the form of some leaves, branches and flowers.

The show opened a pink leather biker jacket with a black rough belt at the bottom, which was paired with a black studded skirt. The festival of leather jackets and vests with various designs among them the most impressive being cutting-edge Louis Vuitton monogrammed ones continued till the end of the show. There were also happening some leather trenches that could easily turn into cool front-zip mini dresses.

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Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

The designer’s favorite Liya Kebede was looking breathtaking with a zip close colorblock leather jacket, one sleeve of which was featuring Louis Vuitton popular monogram, the second one – red-white pinstripes, the black top part being effectively matched with electric blue bottom. We hadn’t yet enjoyed those large fan style crop tops combined with leather shorts when the designer revealed his experimental soul on a range of surf trousers and pantsuits, some of which were carrying astronomical images. But those were patchwork trousers of silver-black-blue-yellow or grey-black-green-blue colorblocks with zip-front design at the bottoms that provoked us to daydream about the warm seasons.

All-white pout skirts and white shirts decorated with frills at the sleeves and at the neck were fetching some poetic vibes into the collection. Mesh tops having side slits, crescent design at the chest and fringes at the hems seemed to serve as armor for fragile women while a couple of beaded mini dresses with wrinkled bottoms were mimicking realistic mirrors that were to reflect any act of courage.

The king of suitcases and handbags was certainly expected to bring forth brand new samples. Drawstring backpacks with tassels swinging at one side, chain-handled totes sometimes with rumpled surface as well as micro-sized trunks are claiming to become the ideal nests for our personal things. And what should our tender feet expect from Louis Vuitton this spring to come? Creeper sandals styled with heavy chains and androgynous shoes with exposed white stitches are to hotfoot the city streets when the sun starts spreading its warm rays.

This is wonderful life, this is your life, so band those Louise Vuitton leather straps around your hands and struggle, struggle till the end!

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

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