She’s a lucky girl! Dianna Agron steps out in the same Louis Vuitton dress from a fashion shoot in Italy after taking the outfit home with her

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The 27-year-old accessorised her look with a pair of cross-hatched sandals, a big black designer bag and a pair of round framed sunglasses. Allowing the frock to be the centre of attention, the actress pulled back her blonde hair into a slicked bun. Bright beauty: Making the star stand out against the grey colour scheme of the city, the Glee actress was the prefect blend of demure and summer style in her Sixties-inspired dress Fun day: The 27-year-old walked around the East Village with her friend, who chatted away non-stop The dress is a souvenir from the star’s trip to Italy earlier this year. In April, the 27-year-old was treated to a once-in-a-lifetime getaway by luxury label Louis Vuitton to go behind the scenes of the style setting fashion house’s range. The seminal brand took Dianna to its Fiesso dArtico factory outside of Venice before styling her in some of its newest looks for Glamour Magazine. First time round: The dress is a souvenir from the star’s trip to Italy earlier this year where Dianna posed for a Louis Vuitton fashion shoot The dress was a clear favourite during the shoot, so it is no surprise she has chosen to rock the printed look again. She said to Glamour: ‘I’m usually low-key, but when LV dressed me, I felt somehow mischievous and fabulous at the same time. ‘But also, when I wore those gorgeous dresses and heels, I was reminded that, as an actress, the style choices I make influence how directors think of me. Theres power in fashion.’ Simple add ons: The 27-year-old accessorised her look with a pair of cross-hatched sandals, a big black designer bag and a pair of round framed sunglasses The star confessed she was not always into fashion – no doubt that has changed since landing the role of cheerleader Quinn Fabray on her hit show.

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The trunk maker owned by Paris-based LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA (MC) lifted prices on bags such as the Speedy and NeverFull by about 10 percent in the euro region, Antoine Belge , an HSBC analyst, said today in a note to clients. Vuitton raised prices by at least 10 percent in the U.K. and U.S., and by 5 percent to 10 percent in Asian markets including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore, the analyst wrote. The euros strength against some currencies may lead LVMH to charge more, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bernard Arnault said Jan. 31. Vuittons price increase in Japan, the biggest ever by the brand in the country, was taken to offset the impact of the yens slide on sales, the company said Feb. 20. In addition to protecting margins, the price increases must be seen, in our view, as a means to accelerate LVs repositioning towards more leather, Belge wrote. The decision will probably weigh on the number of items sold, though its the right thing for brand equity longer term. Vuittons 2013 sales may rise 6 percent, excluding currency moves, while volume may decline 2 percent to 3 percent, Belge wrote.

Well then check out Helen Flanagan all laden with designer bags from Louis Vuitton and Burberry. Having herself a grand old time in London, Helen showed off her new heart print Burberry buy while posing with her LV suitcase and carry-all. Are we jealous? Do we want Helen’s handbag collection? Should she donate us all a handbag pronto? Hell yeah. What do you think?

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Normally, a new Birkin costs about $6.300. But a limited edition or exotic-skin model can reach as high as $160,000. Like works of art, their value can increase with age. Loans for less exclusive bags start at about $200. All are made for four months at 4% monthly interest.

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The Louis Vuitton store in the city, scene of an attempted robbery. Photo: Ben Rushton Officers surrounded the store within five minutes but it took another hour before the men were allegedly found with their handbag haul in a basement car external link park. The men were accused of trying to steal thousands of dollars worth of designer handbags and accessories. Police also expect they will face a number of property charges after they damaged a number of fittings within the store. A large perimeter was set up around King, York and George streets as officers from City Central, The Rocks and Kings Cross searched the area.

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The Louis Vuitton store in the city, scene of an attempted robbery.

The case stemmed from a scene in which the character Alan Garner, played by Zach Galifianakis, is shown in an airport with a bag that looks a Louis Vuitton bag, but which the French company said is made by Diophy, which makes products with a design similar to Louis Vuitton’s “toile” monogram. Louis Vuitton, part of LVMG Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, claimed it was harmed by the misrepresentation and the resulting confusion to customers. It also said it was harmed in particular by a statement by Garner to a friend, “Careful … that is a Louis Vuitton,” that became “an oft-repeated and hallmark quote from the movie.” The “Louis” is mispronounced as “Lewis.” Louis Vuitton sought financial damages and a halt to further trademark infringement. But U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter in Manhattan found that Warner Brothers, part of Time Warner Inc, should not be held liable. He said it was unlikely that many filmgoers would have noticed that the bag, which was on screen for less than 30 seconds, was a knock-off, or that they would have thought Louis Vuitton approved of Warner Brothers’ use of the Diophy bag.

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The Louis Vuitton Cup won in 2007 was, he told a large crowd of black-tied dignitaries, maybe not quite the same Louis Vuitton Cup as before ETNZ won in Valencia. The trophy is regularly updated anyway but Dalton’s tale had to do with a refurbishment that was news to Louis Vuitton people – to a man and woman among world sport’s most charming and willing sponsors and the holders of the record (30 years) of the longest continuous sponsorship in sport. Well, said Dalton, New Zealanders are well known for loving rugby. In the celebrations after beating Luna Rossa for the Louis Vuitton Cup in 2007, there might have been an impromptu game. There might have been a dropped pass, he said, or words to that effect. Team New Zealand bowman Jeremy Lomas was not known for his good hands.

Michelle Williams is striking as the new face of Louis Vuitton handbags

With bleach blond hair and bold red lips, the look is edgy and nearly gothic, but strikingly beautiful. By Rheana Murray / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 4:04 PM Michelle Williams makes Louis Vuittons W bag look even better. Related Stories Fashions Night Out goes on the shelf after concernsabout chaos and wrong crowds With porcelain skin and dark red lips, Michelle Williams made her debut as the fierce new face of Louis Vuitton. The actress will show off two of the luxury brand’s latest handbags the W and the Capucines in striking ads for the fashion house’s fall/winter 2013-14 campaign. Williams, 32, follows in the footsteps of A-listers like Madonna, Scarlett Johansson and Gisele Bundchen, who have all worked with the brand. Louis Vuitton Michelle Williams as the newest face of Louis Vuitton.

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Both tote and shoulder bag, it boats three main compartments, two with magnetic clips and one with a double zip closure, while the handles are joined by a detachable and adjustable shoulder strap. Add to that two rich colour ways (more to come next month), plus a mix of canvas, cowhide and calf leather, and there you one sumptuous new LV. What do you think? Instagram / Louis Vuitton

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