The creative director captured friends and family of the label for its latest visual installment.
Was Jay Manual responsible for the creative direction?
Here's hoping for a "timeless" red carpet.
Mix master Nicolas Ghesquière got wonderfully weird, combining checkers, animal prints, sequins, old-fashioned florals and every conceivable texture in his signature offbeat silhouettes.
The legendary fashion editor and Louis Vuitton's artistic director sat down at The Met to discuss their inspirations.
Plus, Nicolas Ghesquière renews Louis Vuitton contract.
Classic silhouettes from centuries ago appeared alongside more recent staples.
Slim cropped pants, lace slip dresses, Mary Janes: These are the pieces designers and retailers will be copying in the seasons to come.
And Michelle Williams talks to Nicolas Ghesquière in the March issue of "Interview."
Jennifer Connelly and Catherine Deneuve were among those who came out to fete Louis Vuitton's exhibition in Los Angeles.
The luxury conglomerate reported only 4 percent growth in its businesses last year. Will Marc Jacobs' IPO help them out this time around?
In 2012, the fashion universe sort of reset itself. Raf Simons got what he deserved—Dior—while Alexander Wang got what very few could have predicted: Balenciaga. Now, the question is: What sort of seismic shifts will happen in 2013? From brand expansion, to designer debuts, here are the 10 labels you'll want to keep an eye on this year. Click through to see which brands we think will make a splash in 2013 and why.
News, drama, and rumors nearly overshadowed the clothes on the Paris runways. Nearly. Click through to see our ten favorite collections of the week.
Lately it seems Gisele Bündchen is more super mom than supermodel. When we last saw her she was in cartoon form, starring in an AOL kids animated web series "Gisele & the Green Team," which promotes green living. So it was a surprise when Bündchen walked the runway for Balenciaga in September. Now Bündchen has teamed back up with the French house to star in their spring campaign (shot by Steven Meisel, styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé). Of course, it's not a long-maned Victoria Secret-esque Bündchen you'll see. Designer Nicolas Ghesquière has used less conventional punkier waifs like Charlotte Gainsbourg as his muse, so it follows that Bündchen's look for the campaign is harder and more androgynous. Bündchen's campaign costar is male model Yuri Pleskun who appears in a rather disconcerting black and white image naked, his eyes darkened, and what looks like lipstick smeared sloppily across his mouth. Take a look.