Top model Julia Nobis poses with crayola-colored Louis Vuitton Capucines style handbags in the new Fall 2019 campaign. Marie-Amelie Sauvé styles Nobis as photographer Craig McDean whips out his special thinner-than-Barbie model lens for the glossy shots.
Model Rebecca Leigh Longendyke and actor Klara Kristin twin in Louis Vuitton’s new summer 2019 capsule ‘Monogram Jungle’ collection. Marie-Amélie Sauvé styles the duo in LV’s updated classic monogram on Neverfill, Onthego, NéoNoé bags and many more designs lensed by Stef Mitchell.
See the entire ‘Monogram Collection’.
Alex Israel is a multimedia artist, writer, and eyewear designer born and based in Los Angeles. His proximity to the local film and media industries inspires his large, colorful airbrushed paintings of abstract gradients and Los Angeles skies, his self-portraits, painted on shaped fiberglass panels, and multimedia installations constructed from movie-house props. Read more about Alex Israel at Gagosian.com.
Luxury giant Louis Vuitton has returned to Alex Israel for a new FW19 collaboration consisting of eight pieces, in a collection that includes scarves, shawls, blankets, and a bandeau.
Supermodel activist, philanthropist and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss fronts the campaign, offering a fresh look at Karlie after her late June wedding bash at Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming. Karlie wed Joshua Kushner in a small ceremony in upstate New York in October 2018 before inviting the couple’s famous friends to a weekend of festivities in Wyoming.
Models Klara Kristin and Kris Grikaite pose in pieces from Nicolas Ghesquière’s Louis Vuitton Monogram Giant 2019 collection, lensed by Jen Carey. / Hair by Alexander Soltemann
In the three-year period from 2016-2018, fashion and leather goods moved from being 34% to 39% of LVMH Group worldwide sales, with shrinking sectors of ‘selective retailing and other activities’ and ‘wine and spirits’, writes Statista.
The Louis Vuitton brand is a key driver in that handbag and leathergoods realignment of LVMH revenues, making it a perfect moment for its ‘New Classics’ campaign, featuring three coveted pieces — the Capucines, the Twist and the Dauphine’.
Louis Vuitton taps three of its brand ambassadors Emma Stone, Alicia Vikander and Lèa Seydoux for the campaign. Captured by Craig McDean, the new campaign sets the ‘New Classics’ against the backdrop of a blank background – almost acting as a canvas for the female personalities.
Louis Vuitton muse Ambar Cristal Zarzuela captures our undivided attention, styled by Tania Rat Patron in ‘Louis Vuitton High Jewellery’. Bojana Tatarska is behind the lens, capturing the wonderfully fresh jewelry shots for Glass Magazine Spring 2019.