Louis Vuitton’s newest restaurant/ cafe is located in Osaka, Japan, featuring dishes from the iconic Joël Robuchon protege, chef Yosuke Suga.
Patrons can head up to the top floor of the store to enjoy fine cocktails of Le Café V. The restaurant portion, Sugalabo V, is only available for dinner options and is the brainchild of Chef Suga’s restaurant in Tokyo.
Tokujin Yoshioka partnered with Louis Vuitton to create the furniture and accessories collection in which he is known for pieces featuring a contemporary aesthetic.
Get a glimpse of the inside Sugalabo V and Le Café V below.
Louis Vuitton presented the Fall/Winter 2021 Men’s collection by Virgil Abloh titled Peculiar Contrast, Perfect Light. The location for the show was in Paris and stars Yasiin Bey, Saul Williams and Kai Isaiah Jamal. Check it out below.
An official look at pro-skater Lucien Clarke’s upcoming Louis Vuitton “A View” skate shoe has just been unveiled after being teased this past summer.
The Lucien Clarke x Louis Vuitton “A View” skate shoe will come in three colorways, all-black with orange hits, an all-white with orange hits and lastly an all blue colorway. Materials used for each silhouette feature a combination of technical textiles and calf leather along with a foam and polyurethane sole.
Louis Vuitton Creative Director Virgil Abloh played a huge part in the creation of the shoe. It seems Abloh is trying to merge high fashion and skating together in hopes of obtaining the same influence that streetwear has had on the sport.
A release date for the Lucien Clarke x Louis Vuitton “A View” will be shared soon.
Releasing this summer will be the much-anticipated NIGO x Virgil Abloh LV² collaboration which debuted earlier this year. Virgil Abloh has just given us a first look at one of the featured styles from the collab.
The slip-on featured is composed of premium suede on the outside and fur on the inner portion. The forefoot strap holds a golden LV² buckle as well as a leather edging around the top of the midsole.
Take a look at the NIGO x Virgil Abloh LV² Clog above check back for more info.
Louis Vuitton, with artistic director Virgil Abloh, has given the Camo Monogram touch to a few of their mainstays.
Touches of olive green, brown and black hues can be found on the Christopher backpack, Soft Trunk and Keepall in a monogrammed fashion. A mixture of nylon and leather compose all three bags with black hardware accompanying the signature LV branding.
The Christopher backpack features black leather for the base and top flap as well as black leather straps and side pockets. The main attraction is the body of the bag as it showcases the updated Camo Monogram. The Soft Trunk also features black leather around the edges and Virgil Abloh’s chain accent that has been his signature aesthetic for LV. Finally, the Keepall shows black leather straps wrapping around the bag with short handles with the LV padlock.
Price point for the Louis Vuitton’s Camo Monogram bags range from about $3,070 USD to $4,390 USD and can be purchased at Louis Vuitton’s website and select high fashion boutiques soon. Stay tuned for more info.
Louis Vuitton was once only known for it’s high-end fashion and luggage, but now the luxury brand has had its hand in quite a few things from a line of home goods to now a new men’s jewelry and accessories line.
LV has now unveiled an extensive accessories and jewelry line for men, featuring the iconic monogram print. This line is designed by Virgil Abloh and includes scarves, belts and cuban link styled jewelry.
Check out the extensive Louis Vuitton Men’s accessories collection in the gallery above.
Louis Vuitton has been grabbing a slice of the home goods pie over the last few years. The French luxury brand was once just known for producing fine garments and accessories to now bring a one stop shop for all things in general. LV’s latest offering centers around home goods in “Games,” “Sporting Goods” and “Collectors Items” categories.
Items in the “Games” category consist of a “Monogram Tower” faux Jenga set, a matching Dice Case, Arsène with Playing Cards, Vivienne Playing Cards and Pouch. The “Sporting Goods” category sees Dumbbells, Ping Pong Set James and Jump Rope Christopher.
Rounding out this drop are some nice collectors items like the Vinyl Holder, Vivienne Music Box, Shaker and Voguez Volez Voyages Paperweight.
LVMH recently announced that it will supply French authorities with 40 million masks. They were able to do that by securing the order from a manufacturer in China. Due to the recent acquisition of masks, Louis Vuitton is now in the process of making hundreds of thousands of non-surgical face masks. Louis Vuitton will repurpose it’s workshops in France, specifically in Marsaz, Saint-Donat, Saint-Pourçain, Ducey and Sainte-Florence. 300 artisans have been activated to increase production of alternative masks to aid in the relief of the COVID-19 pandemic and assist and protect healthcare workers and professionals.
As an important French House, Louis Vuitton wishes to commit at its level to producing many thousands of masks that will be distributed within the region, at no charge, to protect those who are most exposed. This production is the fruit of a wonderful collaboration with the regional sector of the textile industry.
Louis Vuitton gives us a look at their Tambour Moon Dual Time Watch which gets its name from the crescent moon.
The Tambour Moon Dial Watch features a curve on the case in the shape of the crescent moon, showcasing a tonal black strip that goes from the 18 hour mark to the 6. The watch will come in different variations including graphite, silver or white face, corresponded by hits of black or red and white accents. Rounding out the details include different straps while the watch faces will have either the Louis Vuitton monogram flowers or a series of colorful flags around the dial.
Named “LV²” by NIGO himself, this collection is a homage to the duality of the creative approach by the aforementioned and Virgil Abloh. As for NIGO, his influence and design schemes can be seen throughout the collection especially on the pants that capture every little detail, down to the vintage-style patchwork and stitching.
The LV² captures Louis Vuitton’s iconic leather pattern work from the traditional ‘LV’ monogram to the equally aesthetically pleasing signature Damier pattern. The two patterns can be seen merged together on a few garments as well as on a layered drip motif on the bags.
In an interview with Vogue, Abloh had this to say:
I didn’t say it to be polarizing. … If you speak to anyone that’s been in streetwear for the last 15 years, it’s always had this sort of nine lives, dying and coming back, and dying and coming back. There’s so many first generation streetwear brands, stores, and retailers. The market wasn’t as vibrant as it is now, so they went out of business and people don’t remember those. … Partially what I meant [by] “it will die” is that new things like tailoring from guys like Nigo and me will be born from the regeneration of it.
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