Takashi Murakami x Louis Vuitton Putipanda

29 07 2009


The line was released in Japan end of April with big opening events and for those occasions the French luxury goods brand and the Japanese artist also worked on some special limited edition plush toys and plush toy key jewelry, that was only given out at the launch event.


Louis Vuitton 5th Avenue Window Display | The Speedy History Conveyor Belt

24 07 2009

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2009: Bags

22 07 2009

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Louis Vuitton “Malle Mars” Apollo 11 Commemoration Trunk

16 07 2009


In commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 11’s first lunar landing, which takes place on Jul 20th, Louis Vuitton has designed a custom-made “Malle Mars” trunk. The robotic, space age-looking piece opens in multiple places, unveiling a variety of compartments and drawers, fully equipped to carry various essential items.


Louis Vuitton Tambour Mysterieuse Watch

15 07 2009


The new Louis Vuitton Tambour Mysterieuse watch makes a strong case for itself. Inspired by movements originally conceived by Jean-Eugene Robert Houdin back in the 19th century, Louis Vuitton’s appropriation carries on the legacy as the watch features on mobile sapphire discs which create a stunning visual arrangement between the mechanics and the markers around the dial. The watch is also fully customizable to the users preferences including parts of the strap and dial.

Louis Vuitton 2010 Spring Bag Collection

26 06 2009


Celebrating the aerodynamic design of the classic messenger bag, Louis Vuitton unveiled new bags from their upcoming Spring 2010 season. Aside from the functional aspect of the bags, the famous label created a high-performance platform, combining rugged nylon and neoprene material choices with an always recognizable fashion-forward approach. Aside from just the messengers were handbags and more traditional ruck-sack backpacks.

See more at Louis Vuitton 2010 Spring Bag Collection


Louis Vuitton 2009 Fall/Winter Bag Collection

19 06 2009


The lineup is inspired by “the traveling wardrobe of an African king” as quoted by Louis Vuitton Studio Director Paul Helbers. Among the batch of cleverly designed pieces are the fashion house’s Monogram Hexagone, Monogram Revelation, Monogram Escapade and Monogram Macassar silhouettes, all estimated to hold a retail price range of $700-$5100 depending on size and styles.