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Patchwork prints, denim-on-denim, and a cool little duck provide joy. 
Pattern clash on denim and a yellow-billed duck—these things totally make sense in a topsy-turvy reality. For his first collaboration under Louis Vuitton, artistic director Virgil Abloh teams up with Japanese designer Nigo to create an out-of-this-world capsule of clothes, bags, shoes, ...
 
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So...what's stopping you?
If you never thought you'd be the type to scoop your mom something swanky from Louis Vuitton on a whim, well, you might have another think coming, guy. The French fashion house is launching its first fully customizable e-card in celebration of ...
 
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Luxury for (leg) days.
WFH now means working out from home too. So, while we frantically Google bodyweight workouts and suffer at the hands of an Argonaut-like YouTuber that makes a 20-minute plank look simple (no, we won't hit the subscribe button, our stomachs are broken) know ...
 
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The maison's master watchmaker Michel Navas talks old tricks and the Swiss-Paris transfer.
Stare into the geometry of Louis Vuitton's Escale Spin Time Meteorite, and your eyes will enjoy an optical ballet on par with The Nutcracker. They'll also understand that this is no regular Swiss watch. Where the old guard prefers to keep things classic, ...
 
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The multi-year deal is the first of its kind for the iconic French fashion house.
The Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy is a modern icon. It's the brass ring of basketball, metaphorically speaking. Speaking more literally, it's a two-foot-tall sculpture of a basketball over a hoop, made by Tiffany & Co. from 16 pounds of sterling silver with ...
 
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It's roughly the size of a tennis ball.
Louis Vuitton is working to transform an exceptionally rare diamond specimen—a 1758-carat stone; the second-largest rough-cut diamond ever to be discovered.The precious stone, now named Sewelô—which means Rare Find in the Setswana language—was discovered in April 2019 at the Karowe mine in ...
 
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Like, extremely baller.
How much do you love your most treasured sneakers. A lot? A lot, a lot? To the ends of the earth and back? Even more than that? If you're in the latter camp—you love those damn sneakers so much you can't even truly ...
 
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The special service is in Manila until Sunday.
Well, actually, it won’t be you who will be applying the splashes of color on the famous leathers of Louis Vuitton. It will be the masion’s in-house artist who was flown in from Singapore to appease the most discerning connoisseurs of beautiful ...
 
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From the gold chain to the quirky leather details, the new leather goods are definitely collector's pieces.
The Louis Vuitton monogram one of the best-known symbols in the world. With logomania back in a big way, it's only fitting that the house trains the spotlight on it through a new collection. Men's creative director Virgil Abloh has just unveiled ...
 
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Not all the most beautiful timepieces are produced by the usual suspects, a.k.a. that inner circle of the oldest, best-known Swiss luxury watch brands. Here are a few fashion and jewelry labels that produce watches just as worthy of your attention.
Watch snobs, hear us out: Before you turn your nose up at fashion watches for men or any piece that does not bear the prestigious Poinçon de Genève, consider the possibility that jewelry and, yes, even fashion brands have been coming out ...
 
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The fall/winter 2019 collection of the Paris fashion house explores blankets, folds, rainbows, and inclusivity. There's a lot of new things to consider, but that just the point. These days, there's room for more and all.
For his next trick, Virgil Abloh, artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton, continues to shake up what you think men's clothes should be. In his fall 2019 collection (in stores starting August 1) and the spring 2020 collection (fresh of Paris), ...
 
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With the demand for luxury goods currently exploding in China, the mogul has now become the third-ever centibillionaire in history.
Bernard Arnault, CEO and chairman of LVMH—the group of companies that owns Louis Vuitton, Moet and Chandon, and Hennessy, among many other luxury brands—has surpassed Bill Gates as the world’s second-wealthiest individual. Arnault’s net worth as of writing is at $107.6 billion, ...
 
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It'll cost you nearly P2.4 million.
From an eye-catching Jenga set to a giant volleyball, Louis Vuitton has been releasing all sorts of items that feature the house's Monogram in the past few weeks. Now, the brand's latest product to receive the treatment is something a little closer ...
 
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Match your watch with your LV trunk with the updated Tambour Icon.
A many-headed hydra of a luxury mega brand, the watch side of Louis Vuitton's business can sometimes fly under the radar when compared to the celeb-catnip luggage, the awards show-defining harnesses, the high-high-high-end streetwear and, of course, the monogrammed wireless headphones (do ...
 
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Because travel and style have always gone hand in hand.
Luggage has certainly evolved over the years. First, there was the steamer trunk which eventually gave way to the suitcase, all leading to today's smart luggage. Arranged alphabetically from Away to Valextra, these are the top luggage brands that have been trusted ...
 
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The Taigarama collection is reserved for men.
Don't tell the wife, but Louis Vuitton reserves a special kind of leather for men. More premium and also thicker, the taiga leather is rugged, relaxed, and sophisticated, so that it can: (1) withstand your temperamental tantrums, (2) not scare off your ...
 
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From Fenty Beauty to Veuve Clicquot, here are a few of the finest brands that LVMH owns.
As the world's largest luxury goods company, Bernard Arnault's LVMH has a vast portfolio of brands and subsidiaries. It has a total of 70 houses, 25 legacy houses, plus five brands that are younger than five years. LVMH's brands range from wines ...
 
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These classic pieces are some of the most coveted from the brand.
In 1854, a malletier by the name of Louis Vuitton opened a store that sold trunks on Rue Neuve des Capucines in Paris, France. Four years later, Vuitton introduced flat-topped trunks which could be stacked during voyages. This innovation was what cemented ...
 
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Put your name on it.
Never mind that everyone else, from Seoul to Dubai, Guangzhou to Sydney, has had the pleasure of experiencing the Now Yours Run Away sneaker customization program of luxury house Louis Vuitton. What's important is that the service finally arrives in Manila this ...
 
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Louis Vuitton's made-to-order service crafts the finest receptacles of dreams (and important papers).
Underneath the super gloss of that Supreme collaboration and other menswear totems cultivated over the years, Louis Vuitton is an expert bagmaker. The French house was founded on travel trunks, those blown-up, wheel-less treasure chests that people stuffed their hopes into and ...
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