Louis Vuitton Leather Neverfull Pictures

Sorry Louis Vuitton, China’s No Longer Into You

Now, you may be asking what’s so hot about Epi leather, especially since it’s ribbed and structured rather than soft and supple. That raised texture means that it can withstand a beating (read: this bag knows how much it’s going to be used, and it’s ready to last a lifetime). But the best part about this new collection just may be the colors. You can now get a Neverfull in seven hues, from bright blue to deep red and brilliant orange. If there’s a way to add an instant burst of chromatic personality to your outfit, this is it. We love the idea of the blue for Summer perfectly paired with a white sundress but if you’re looking to get a little more mileage out of your bag, we could totally see carrying the purple or red Neverfull straight into Fall.

Walking Tall: Inside Louis Vuitton’s shoe factory

IN PICTURES: Louis Vuitton autumn/winter 2013 collection And to see the factory – a chunk of concrete, steel and glass built around a central courtyard displaying sculptures such as a giant court shoe made out of stainless-steel pans by the Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos – it is clear they were not taking any half measures. A concrete plinth outside the entrance is etched with the Louis Vuitton logo, along with the legend manufacture de souliers, because although we are in Italy, in the heart of the country’s oldest and most revered shoe-making region, this is one of France’s most famous luxury brands. Artisans at Louis Vuitton’s shoe atelier in Italy work on the high-heeled ankle-strap shoes for the luxury houses’s autumn/winter ready-to-wear show at Paris Fashion Week. Photos: Katya de Grunwald According to Alfandary, a Frenchman who trained as an architect but who has devoted his working life to shoe production, it made sense to base the Louis Vuitton shoe atelier in what he describes as ‘the birthplace of luxury shoemaking’. Venice does indeed have a long history of shoemaking, Louis Vuitton Online Store not least for its 16th-century chopines, which at their most extreme were more akin to stilts than to shoes and are thought to have originated from raised wooden Turkish bathhouse shoes. They must have been practical for navigating Venice’s floodwaters. There is still a small artisan shoemaking community in Venice, and other designers including Rick Owens and Vanessa Bruno use a factory in the region. But only Vuitton has built its own. The Vuitton building itself is a blueprint for social and environmental sustainability. There are enough solar panels to heat 56 per cent of the plant’s hot water, and a geothermal heat pump provides the rest.

Louis Vuitton’s “slow” road back to prestige

It includes an extraordinary selection of items from classic charm bracelets to bright leather handbags and Louis Vuitton luggage. Tatler slammed for ‘misogynistic’ Best Society Breasts list that rates Princess Eugenie’s ‘Royal T**s’ alongside Clare Balding and Louise Mensch As our third online-only auction, the format follows the success of Christie’s sell-out Elizabeth Taylor Collection in 2011, followed in 2012 by our May Hermes sale, held in conjunction with Hermes and the Royal Academy and our November Vintage Couture: Handbags and Shoes auction, which welcomed registrants from 36 countries, 55 percent of whom were new to Christie’s.’ A variety of decadent costume jewellery by top designers will be among the leading items in the sale. Striking designs by Chanel such as a gothic cuff bangle (estimate: 600 – 800) and Yves Saint Laurent, other rare pieces include a black enamel cuff bangle by Kenneth Jay Lane (estimate: 200 – 400) and a stunning flower brooch by Joseff (estimate: 300 – 500). Gothic cuff, Chanel, around 1989 (l) and necklace and associated earrings, Chanel, around 1987 and 1986 (r) Bracelet with matching earrings, necklace with matching earrings and gilt necklace, Yves Saint Laurent, 1990s Both designers were responsible for dressing A-list celebrities, from silver screen legends to present day beauties. Kenneth Jay Lane created designs for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn, while Eugene Joseff, designed jewellery for many Hollywood film stars during the 1930s, 40s and 50s, including Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra and Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind. Other highlights include on-trend chunky cuff bangles and earrings, with key pieces of jewellery representing the flamboyant eras of the 1960s, 70s and 80s.

Christie’s holds online auction of Birkin bags, Louis Vuitton luggage and pieces by Elizabeth Taylor’s jeweller from just £200

Bracelet with matching earrings, necklace with matching earrings and gilt necklace, Yves Saint Laurent, 1990s

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As I noted recently, the French vendor of elite handbags, clothing, jewelry and champagne has lost some of its shine. While it is still the worlds number one luxury brand, it has given up luster to rivals like Prada and Gucci. Luster is everything in the allure of the luxury world, so LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (the full name-dropping moniker of the company) is doing what it can to polish up. Its latest move: Its spending $2.56 billion to acquire 80 percent of Loro Piana, an exclusive Italian textile firm and clothier that hails from near Lake Como, a place where George Clooney hangs out. Loro Piana represents the opposite of the fast fashion trend epitomized by the likes of Zara and H&M. As BloombergBusinessweek noted , you could call it slow fashion. It deals in materials like vicuna wool, which comes from a South American llama cousin that yields the fine fibers only every two or three years – hardly the in-today out-tomorrow vision of a Zara shop. Likewise, Loro sells a $6,000 sports coat made from Myanmars lotus flowers. An LVMH executive called Lora Piana, one of the most elitist brands in the world. The weird world of luxury fashion is one of the few places where you can say something like that proudly and without blinking an eye.

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Its firmly in the No. 2 spot. David Sadigh, Founder & CEO of Digital Luxury Group,said Louis Vuittons weak first quarter had a lot to do with China being over-sold the brand. Brands from different segments ranging from Chanel to Coach or Burberry are continuing to grow. The Chinese market is still developing. In order to stay ahead of the game, brands must have the ability to adapt (and) reduce the risk of brand saturation. In the case of Louis Vuitton, LVMH has already shifted gears, putting the brakes on its global expansion, while raising prices and developing more leather upmarket products, he said. This years China World Luxury Index shows Chinese consumer interest in the luxury fashion segment is mostly fixated on 10 global brands.

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