Dozens upon dozens of major fashion people spent the evening getting to know the work of 26 very talented, very thrilled young designers.
He and a number of other designers and artists are working on a project to fete Louis Vuitton's 160th anniversary.
Being a luxury brand is apparently no longer enough for Louis Vuitton: Starting October 1, it's all about "hyper-luxury."
Delphine Arnault, daughter of LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault and one of his heir apparents, is moving house. Miles Socha over at WWD reports that the young Arnault is heading over to Louis Vuitton in September, where she will serve as the brand's deputy general manager, reporting to CEO Michael Burke. Arnault has held the same position at Dior under CEO Sidney Toledano since 2008. There isn't much drama around this appointment, as it appears that Arnault is simply doing her due diligence and learning all aspects of the family business in the hopes that some day she may be its leader.