MIRANDA KERR MODELS LOUIS VUITTON FOR ELLE SPAIN COVER SHOOT

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Elle Spain features supermodel Miranda Kerr on the cover of their November 2016 edition captured by fashion photographer Nino Munoz and styled by Laura Somoza. Beauty is work of makeup artist Lisa Storey, hair stylist Ericka Verrett, and manicurist Ashlie Johnson at The Wall Group. For the covers Australian stunner is wearing Louis Vuitton.


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Clad in Louis Vuitton, Miranda Kerr covers ELLE Spain's November 2016 cover

Clad in Louis Vuitton, Miranda Kerr covers ELLE Spain’s November 2016 cover

Model Miranda Kerr lands not just one but two covers for the November 2016 issue of Elle Spain. Captured by Nino Muñoz, the Australian beauty wears a Louis Vuitton leather jacket and two-piece skirt set in one shot. The other features Miranda in a crop top and leather pants. Inside the magazine, Miranda wears all looks from Louis Vuitton’s fall collection. From printed dresses to fuzzy sweaters and platform boots, Miranda wows in each look styled by Inmaculada Jimenez. Ericka Verrett worked on hair with Lisa Storey on makeup.

EDITORIAL: MIRANDA KERR WEARS LOUIS VUITTON’S FALL COLLECTION FOR ELLE SPAIN

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Louis Vuitton One Handle Flap Bag Guide

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Introducing the Louis Vuitton One Handle Flap Bag. Louis Vuitton’s latest top handle bag is part of the brand’s Cruise 2017 Collection. Currently, the One Handle Flap is available in Monogram Canvas and Epi leather, while the bag’s flap is made of smooth calfskin. It features trunk-style lock, brackets and LV nametag. The bag has a toron handle with smooth cowhide leather trim and golden metallic hardware. The interior is made of microfiber lining and has a flat pocket. It includes a removable and adjustable shoulder strap.

Style, Price & Size

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Louis Vuitton One Handle Flap Bag $2,400.00 (USD) 9.8″ L x 7.5″ H x 3.9″ W

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Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Flandrin Bag

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Louis Vuitton has released a new tote bag this season. Made of the iconic Monogram Canvas and colorful leather. The bag feature a decorative Louis Vuitton metallic medallion. It has two toron handles and a removable shoulder strap in colored cowhide leather. The interior is made of microfiber lining and has a central zipped pocket. The Flandrin can be carried by hand, on the elbow or over the shoulder. This casual tote bag is perfect for everyday use with its roomy interior.

Style, Price & Size

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Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Flandrin Bag $1,860.00 (USD) 13.4″ L x 9.8″ H x 5.9″ W

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If you need a tote bag to fall in love with, look no further as Louis Vuitton’s Flandrin Bag is something to admire. Yes, an iconic and casual bag all rolled into one, you might be reaching your arms for it as you leave the house.

The Louis Vuitton Flandrin Bag is oozing with appeal with its pure lines, fresh sexy shape, and exquisite details like its leather corners for instance, this Monogram canvas is the perfect go-to bag. Something you’ll be proud to carry with you all-day long, its multi functionality makes it ideal to wear by hand, on the elbow, or over the shoulder.

Let’s talk more about the bag details, shall we? Aside from its Monogram coated canvas and cowhide leather exterior, it also features 2 Toron handles, lateral press studs, decorative Louis Vuitton metallic medallion and a removable shoulder strap in colorful cowhide leather.

It also comes in three several colors (and more at the boutiques): Cherry, Bois de Rose, and Noir. The Flandrin bag measures 13.4′ x 9.8′ x 5.9′ (L x H x W) inches and is priced $1860 USD or €1390 euro via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

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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 TURENNE BAG

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The newest Louis Vuitton Turenne Bag is everything we could ever ask for in a bag! Multi-functional and fashionable all at the same time, the Turenne Bag in Monogram is just way too perfect. And oh, did you know it comes in four different sizes to fit all your needs? Yes, it comes in Nano, PM, MM, and GM sizes.

First things first, we love the unique shape and silhouette of this bag. It has its own curves that appeal to us. Its monogram coated canvas and golden color metallic pieces also makes this bag a true style classic.

Truly a woman’s style hero, the Turenne has pivoting leather handles for shoulder bag options and a removable & adjustable cross-shoulder strap for cross-body option. It also has an easy and secure opening with spacious volume, 2 inside smartphone pockets, and 1 large flat pocket.

Measuring 14.2′ x 9.1′ x 5.1′ (L x H x W) inches and is priced $1500 USD via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

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Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Turenne Tote Bag Reference Guide


Introducing the Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Turenne Tote Bag. This functional tote bag is the latest offering from Louis Vuitton and is made of the signature Monogram Canvas with two leather handles. It features pleats in front of the bag and golden brass hardware. The interior is made of textile lining with a zip top. The bag has a large flat pocket and 2 smartphone pockets inside. It also includes a removable and adjustable shoulder strap, the bag can be carried by hand, on the shoulder or across the body.

The Louis Vuitton Turenne Bag comes in three sizes, GM, MM and PM. The bag is now available for purchase at theLouis Vuitton US site except for the MM size, you may call the Louis Vuitton boutique for availability of this size.

Style, Price & Size

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Size

Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Turenne GM Bag $1,810.00 (USD) 18.1” W x 12.2” H x 5.9” D
Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Turenne MM Bag $1,650.00 (USD) 15.7” W x 10.2” H x 5.5” D
Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Turenne PM Bag $1,500.00 (USD) 14.2” W x 9.4” x 5.1” D

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The functional has rarely been as fashionable! With its rounded handles and front pleats, the Turenne PM in Monogram coated canvas is every woman's style hero. The adjustable strap means you can switch to cross-shoulder carry to mix it up.

Featuring 2 large interior pockets for better organization. 



INFORMATION 

Brand: Louis Vuitton 

Model: Turenne PM

Date Code: SR 4104

Material: Coated canvas and vanchetta leather

Color: Monogram (colors may appear to be slightly different in photos than in reality due to factors such as screen resolution and lighting.)

Size: 14" x 9.5" x 4"

Handle Drop: 4"; shoulder strap wears at 19"--22"

Accessories: Louis Vuitton dust bag; Louis Vuitton detachable shoulder strap;

CONDITION 

Overall: Excellent, some minor signs of normal wear. 

Exterior condition: Very good, some even patina on the vanchetta leather. Scuffing and minor discoloration on the vanchetta leather. 

Corner and edges: Excellent, no visible signs of wear on the corners of the base. Some minor wear on the top corners. 

Interior: Excellent, very minor signs of normal wear. 

Hardware: Good, shiny and shows only hairline scratches.


A BRIEF HISTORY OF LOUIS VUITTON
Before the Wright Brothers were the first in flight and Karl Friedrich Benz engineered the first petrol automobile, travelers in horse-drawn carriages, boats, and trains longed to find durable yet stylish trunks to accompany them on their travels. When 16-year-old Louis Vuitton began working with admired custom box-maker, Monsieur Maréchal, in 1837, his craft quickly obtained high-regards amongst Parisian travelers.
After 17-years of customizing boxes and trunks at Monsieur Maréchal’s Parisian atelier, Vuitton opened his own shop near the Place Vendome. Stylish, iconic, and durable, Louis Vuitton’s monogrammed "LV" and Damier collections remain some of the most revered handbags and luggage around the world.



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Louis Vuitton Camera Box Bag

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Who would have thought a camera box bag could look so stylish, posh, and luxurious all at the same time? Well well, things are about to change with this Louis Vuitton Reversed Monogram Camera Box Bag.

Dubbed to be the cutest bag of the Fall/Winter 2016 show, the Louis Vuitton Camera Box in Monogram and Monogram Reverse canvas is both functional and fashionable. Its signature details evoke the House’s legacy of trunk making but are especially adapted to the everyday needs of the modern-day urban woman.

Aside from its Monogram print, this bag is equally gorgeous with its golden colored metallic pieces, Toron top handle, and its signature lock closure. It also has a removable, adjustable leather strap for easy carrying.

The interior is enriched with a large compartment and an inside flat pocket. Measuring 11 x 15 x 8 (L x H x W) cm and is priced $3950 USD, $4850 AUD, $32500 HKD, ¥465480 JPY and is available via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

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Louis Vuitton Camera Box – All You Need To Know About This Season’s “Cutest Bag”

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First the relatively good news – one of the bright spots from Fall/Winter 2016 show is the Louis Vuitton Camera Box. The bad – to say Louis Vuitton received an underwhelming response to Nicolas Ghesquière’s F/W 2016 Collection is an understatement. These days there are plenty of rumors making rounds about Nicolas’ future with the company. If that is not enough, because of falling sales they are closing 3 stores in China. So, lots happening right now in the LV universe. Let’s have a look at the bag LV called “the cutest bag of the Fall/Winter 2016 show”.

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More or less this is the slightly taller and boxy cousin of the Petite-Malle, Ghesquière’s first trunk-inspired bag. There are three different Camera Box versions with LV’s signature Monogram taking center stage. First one combines Monogram with smooth black calfskin for a more traditional look. The second, Monogram and Wild Animal print are there to add a bit playfulness to a girl’s busy day. Monogram on Monogram Reverse is a tribute to LV’s monogram canvas.

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Borrowing details from their iconic pieces for new creations is in LV’s DNA, the Camera Box is no different. The 1970s camera cases inspired design has a lock first appeared on the Citroën trunk – the special trunk carmaker Citroën had commissioned in 1924. It also features a removable strap for shoulder carry and a Toron top handle to hold in your hand. Metallic pieces including studs, microfiber lining and calfskin trim completes its stylish look.

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Disagree with Louis Vuitton’s “feminine day-to-evening” description for the Camera Box, I think the bag is more suitable for daytime. To me its not glamorous enough for the evening, the same way the Petite-Malle is. Nonetheless, a very stylish bag. If you want it, be ready to folk out $3,950, complimentary shipping within US included. 


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