Brand: Louis Vuitton Cup Season: 2017 Key Pieces: The bright yellow windbreaker and blue stripe shorts. Editor’s Notes: Between its collaborations with Supreme, fragment design and artist Jeff Koons, you could be forgiven thinking Louis...Show More Summary
Another iconic collaboration— Jeff Koons and Louis Vuitton lift the veil on their collaborative effort inspired by Da Vinci, van Gogh and more
Whether you love or loathe the Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons collaboration that debuted yesterday, you've got to hand it to designer Nicolas Ghesquière — this is the second very buzzy collab he's pulled off this year. To celebrate the accomplishment, Ghesquière invited a bevy of... Continue reading
Ah, the fabulous ones. Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux were the king and queen of the Louis Vuitton X Jeff Koons exhibition in Paris Tuesday night. They even posed like royalty! Related: Jen & Justin Smolder In Leather We're seriously in love with Jen's look — she wears that leather Vuitton corset like a goddess. And the blazer [...]
The "gazing ball" series has been reinvented for the fashion world.
MASTERS – the new collaboration between Louis Vuitton and artist Jeff Koons – takes a quintet of masterworks by artists including Da Vinci, Van Gogh, and Rubens; and reinterprets them across Vuitton’s accessories and leather goods.
Louis Vuitton's bags usually cause a stir when new designs are released, but its latest collection is not going down in quite the same way. Makers, the luxury maker's new collection in collaboration with American artist Jeff Koons,Show More Summary
Jennifer Aniston and husband Justin Theroux pose for photos while attending the unveiling of Louis Vuitton‘s new collection Masters, a collaboration with Jeff Koons, on Tuesday (April 11) at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. Miranda Kerr was also at the event with her fiance Evan Spiegel, who did not walk the red carpet. The [...]
While Louis Vuitton already mastered modern streetwear with its Supreme collaboration, the brand's latest collaboration does the opposite, placing centuries-old artistic masterpieces on classic LV items. Louis Vuitton has teamed up with famed artist Jeff Koons for a Masters collection. Show More Summary
Louis Vuitton is set to host a dinner at the Louvre Museum on Tuesday to unveil its collaboration with artist Jeff Koons on a series of bags featuring works by great masters, including the world’s most famous painting: Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa.” Bernard Arnault, chairman and chief executive...
Louis Vuitton's collaboration with Supreme may have generated a lot of buzz, but its next partnership could top it: The French luxury brand is coupling with pop artist Jeff Koons on a limited line of accessories. The collaboration is inspired by Koons's "Gazing Ball" paintings and... Continue reading
He’s collaborating with Louis Vuitton on handbags inspired by classic paintings.
The purses are intentionally garish: famous paintings stretched across leather, the names of the old masters who produced them stamped across the bag, “Titian” or “Van Gogh” loudly announce their authorship, scrawled over the images are Louis Vuitton’s iconic monogram and spaced in between the signature of the artist… Read more...
Koons says, "They touch on the metaphysical: the right here right now and its connection to the past and the future. They're about shine, the basics of philosophy, passion, what it means to be a human, what it means to be an animal, the idea of transcendence." Well, he would say that, wouldn't he? Lady […]
For its latest collaboration, Louis Vuitton has linked up with American artist Jeff Koons. Entitled “Masters,” the accessories collection is a extension of Koon’s “Gazing Ball” series in which he reimagines classic artwork with an added mirrored blue ball as the work’s focal point. Like the name suggests, the collection features bags and accessories printed with old […]
On Tuesday, the artist will unveil his latest project: a metaphysical meditation on the eternal in the form of... you’ll never guess. But his collaborator was Louis Vuitton.
Guggenheim Museums all over the World are famous for having very unconventional buildings. The museum in Bilbao is no exception. The building is situated right on the river and it has one of the weirdest shapes one can imagine. First you may think it’s a giant stadium or something of that sort. Show More Summary