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Louis Vuitton has given an ultra-luxurious new touch to the Twist collection this season, thanks to the use of exotic python. It brings a new precious and elegant element to this ingenious bag.
On meeting Kim Jones for the first time you would never clock him as a fashion designer. That’s not to say the creative director for menswear at Louis Vuitton, the world’s biggest fashion house, isn’t engaging, charismatic and knowledgeable of his craft.
Frozen fever shows no signs of abating anytime soon, if the autumn/winter 2015 collections are any indication.
This gorgeous new tote from Louis Vuittonʼs cruise 2016 collection has had stylistas in a swoon. Inspired by steamer luggage from the brandʼs archives, the City Steamer is sleek and sophisticated. With space for all your books and papers, it belongs as much in the boardroom as on the boardwalk. This hologram version features colours sprayed onto smooth calfskin leather by hand, making each piece unique. Nicolas Ghesquière is taking care of business and style.
Peter Marino is unapologetically bold in both his persona and his designs. It is this approach that has helped the architect to dominate the luxury playing field, forging lasting relationships with billionaires, brands and artists alike.
Fashions may come and go, but some looks endure the passing of the seasons: a shoe, a dress, a shade of colour, a silhouette. In a world obsessed with newness they stand out as beacons from the past, lit to guide us through the style landscape by the legends who conceived them.
The ’60s Style Shift
Out of the wintry darkness and into spring light, men’s fashion bursts forth. Now is the time for the modern man to open his mind – and his wardrobe – to the vivid tones and vibrant prints that distinguish the season’s attire.
The next time you stagger off a long-haul flight and squint into the midday sun as your body clock tells you that you should really be tucked up in bed, think back to 1884 – we’re not suggesting you’re that old, of course, but that was the year of the International Meridian Conference in Washington DC, at which the world was officially divided into 24 time zones, with each 15-degree zone east or west of the Greenwich Meridian decreed as representing one hour of time difference.