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Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2016 Series 3

“Series 3” continues the visual exploration begun by Nicolas Ghesquière.

This third campaign brings together the photographic perspectives of Juergen Teller and Bruce Weber for the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection.

Together they focus closely on the diverse range of women that Nicolas Ghesquière has chosen to define the Louis Vuitton ideal. Actresses, established models and new faces, representing diverse ages and different nationalities, who speak equally to him.

Juergen Teller shot Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly, Liya Kebede, Fernanda Ly and Angel Rutledge near Barcelona at a sculptor’s utopian home which was built over a lifetime. The location reflects Nicolas’ passionate interest in modernist architecture.

Bruce Weber shot Freja Beha, Rianne van Rompaey and Julia Merkelbach at an old airfield on black and white film. The suggestion of travel and abstract graphics creates a cinematic narrative.

Upon the release of this new campaign, Louis Vuitton is proud to announce that Swedish actress Alicia Vikander is the Maison’s new muse. In this role, she joins the Maison’s two other heroines, Jennifer Connelly and Michelle Williams.

At the age of 26, Alicia has already worked with some of cinema’s leading filmmakers and actors, having starred opposite Jude Law in Anna Karenina, then Mads Mikkelsen in the Academy Award- nominated A Royal Affair, she will feature in no less than eight movies in 2015, including the US cult hit Ex Machina, Guy Ritchie’s next film The Man From U.N.C.L.E. with Henry Cavill, The Danish Girl opposite Eddie Redmayne, Tulip Fever opposite Christoph Waltz and Judie Dench, and The Light Between Oceans opposite Michael Fassbender and directed by Derek Cianfrance.

The advertising campaign for the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection will debut in the August issue of fashion magazines worldwide and will be accompanied by two videos also shot by the photographers. These videos will be available online and on the Louis Vuitton Pass.

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