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Louis Vuitton needs no introduction when it comes to luxury goods but did you know that since 1998; the French fashion house has lent its touch to the travel sector as well by publishing City Guides. Now considering its Louis Vuitton you can expect a carefully curated selection of addresses hand-picked with freshness and possibly some bias.
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If you happen to vacation around Bangkok, Chicago, Prague or Rome, Louis Vuitton’s recently curated City Guides may just be a necessity! Fully restructured, the Paris volume entails new addresses, as are London, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Beijing, São Paulo, Sydney, Tokyo and Venice.

For our tech-obsessed readers, we must tell you that a mobile App is now available to match the compilation of City Guides. We hear they are easy to use and in one click you’ll be quite well-informed! The new-fangled app will also offer instant updates on hotels, restaurants, bars, cafés, tea rooms, stores, spas, antique shops, designers, museums, galleries. Of course, headings are the same as in the original books, so the traveller can find the essence of the City Guides in this touch-screenversion, with a special place for personal experience, snapshots of city life, detailed descriptions of places to go and a genuinely personalized approach to each city using interactive links and localisation.

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It’s only fitting that the French luxury goods company crafts an accompaniment; and hence Louis Vuitton has produced a small leather case with the Monogram pattern, designed to protect your iPad and iPhone. Inspired by colours of the city collection, the new cases are available for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus; blue for Paris, yellow for Rome, red for Beijing and pink for Tokyo.

The Louis Vuitton City Guide has fashioned an extraordinary limited edition box set. A beautiful lacquered wood case entails a collection of 15 world cities featured this year. Exclusively available at Louis Vuitton stores of course.

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Over here, ladies! We’ll be moving on to Part 2 of our feature on Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2016 Runway Bag Collection, where you can find bags, bags and more bags you’ll surely want to have. For Part 1, you can check out the link below.

READ: Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2016 Runway Bag Collection Featuring the New Alma Bag









The classic House trunk from the 1800s has been zapped into a smaller, more compact version in the form of the Petite Malle Bag. We don’t blame Nicolas Ghesquière for being so upfront about his love for the brand’s classic pieces (and his desire to have them recreated). And in this collection, there’s an array of designs and canvasses (and skins, and…) to choose from! Timeless, indeed. Do you have a favorite among these pieces?




Malletage bags are pieces that don’t need any introduction. They speak for themselves, see?






More pieces for your consideration…well, it’s hard to choose.

What do you think about the collection as a whole? Are there any pieces that caught your fancy? Comment now and tell us all about it!

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Louis Vuitton Monogram Multicolore: The End Of An Era?

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Widely reported online with the same fervour as the coming of the apocalypse was news that broke on WWD that Louis Vuitton was discontinuing theMonogram Multicolore collection, one of the last vestiges of the previous creative director Marc Jacobs that came about as part of a collaboration with celebrated artist Takashi Murakami.

Available in two colours (or rather, two different base colours decorated with Vuitton’s signature monogram in every colour under the rainbow and then some), it’s a print that’s brash, fun and loud, and some have speculated that given current creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere’s new aesthetic for the luxury house, this print might also have been too much for his taste.

Slated to be gone by end July, I did some checking of my own (and by checking, I mean
mean it’s 50% from sources who can’t be named and 50% from my plastic snow globe aka the crystal ball) and have come up with a slightly different ending. Whilst it is true that the Monogram Multicolore line will no longer be available in Europe or the US, the collection will still be made available to the rest of us in Asia.

In other words, you’ll still find the bags and the SLGs like the Sarah Wallet (SGD1210) and Zippy Wallet (SGD1290, shown above) in the interim and until the luxury house decides otherwise. Because in fashion, nothing does actually last forever, so consider this your second chance.

Now excuse me, I need to go hunt down the Monogram Multicolore Zippy Coin Purse in
Black before it’s really, really gone.

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Louis Vuitton #LVSeries3 Ad Campaign

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louis_vuitton_series-3-ad-campaign1Series 3, also known as Louis Vuitton’s F/W15 ad campaign, has been released and these are your first looks, shot by both Juergen Teller and Bruce Weber. Featuring Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly, Liya Kebede, Fernanda Ly, Angel Rutledge, Freja Beha, Rianne van Rompaey and Julia Merkelbach, Juergen Teller shot his half of the campaign in Barcelona, while Bruce Weber did his share in black and white film at an old airfield. louis_vuitton_series-3-ad-campaign2

louis_vuitton_series-3-ad-campaign3More importantly (well, at least for me anyway) are the new bags on offer from the F/W15, which include the much talked-about Boîte Promenade (otherwise known as the Makeup Trunk) and the Triangle Sac, along with current house darlings Alma,Dora, Petite Malle and Twist, which all come in new variations for the season.

louis_vuitton_series-3-ad-campaign4Without further ado, here are most of the F/W15’s bag offerings, from the Boîte Promenade (top row) which will come in at least 2 sizes (PM and GM) in Epi, Malletage Stellaire (that shiny mirror surfaced-one) and Monogram Canvas.

Then there are the Dora bags, the Alma in Epi Aztèque as well as a duo of Petite Mallebags (second row). Last but not least, the Sac Triangle (in Metal Stones and Monogram Canvas), the Malletage and the Twist in both Epi Nacré and Epi Aztèque (third row). More updates on prices (and release dates for Singapore) to come.

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Louis Vuitton rolled out its latest ad campaign for its new collection and we think it’s safe to say after watching the 2 minute commercial, the French fashion house are fans of HBO’s TV drama-crime series True Detective. With a desert scene behind them, Golden Globe winner for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe actress Michelle Williams and Ex Machina’s Alicia Vikander run True Detective style monologues while trying to get to the venue of the luxury brand’s Palm Springs’ fashion show. While getting to their destination, the duo have to over come obstacles like being lost and a snake but the essence of it all is to harp on the ‘spirit of travel’, something that is at the core of the brand’s luxurious trunk-making heart. Pensive looks, dramatic overtures and the arid, extensive deserts definitely make for an intense TV commercial; and if you keep your eyes glued, you could even spot a few pieces from the upcoming collection!

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Louis Vuitton Nano Collection

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louis_vuitton_nano-collection1Having already previewed these babies up close whilst in Tokyo last week for Louis Vuitton’s F/W15 press presentation, I can safely say this. THEY ARE TOO FREAKING ADORABLE TO RESIST. Yes, I’m talking about the new Nano collection, which takes house classics (and a few new bags), places them under Wayne Szalinski’s shrink ray and, you guessed it, shrunk.

louis_vuitton_nano-collection3And by shrunk, I mean really, really tiny, with each fitting comfortably in the palm of my hand, which should make them around 20 cm from end to end max. 7 different styles are up for grabs (you could actually do it quite literally as well, seeing how small they are), from icons like the Alma, Lockit, Noé and Speedy to recent additions like the Pallas, W and the Turenne.

louis_vuitton_nano-collection2Available in a variety of colours and finishes (some bags, for example, only come inMonogram Canvas, while others like the Nano Alma only come in Epi), I’ve been told they will be released progressively from 8 July, with more colours added to the collection right up to September or October.

Last but not least, the collection’s prices, which you’ll be wanting to know after you’ve decided which bag you’re getting. Because the collection encompasses bags in either canvas and leather, the price range is pretty wide, from SGD1110 for the Nano Noé and Nano Speedy to SGD1510 for the Nano Pallas and the Nano Turenne. TheNano Alma in Epi is also SGD1510, and moving up we’ve got the Nano Lockit andNano W that come in at SGD2340 apiece (full leather, that’s why).

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