• THE TROPHY TRAVEL CASE FOR THE 2019 DAVIS CUP

    This year, for the first time, the coveted Davis Cup trophy – the men’s “world cup of tennis” – was featured in a bespoke Louis Vuitton Trophy Travel Case.

    Handcrafted in the House’s workshop in Asnières, just outside of Paris, the unusual circular trunk sits atop the cup’s remarkable three tier base, opening at the top and on two sides to create a perfect showcase of tennis’ most legendary and historical cup. Covered in Louis Vuitton’s iconic Monogram Macassar canvas, it features rich leather trimmings, palladium and brass clasps, along with a Davis Cup logo patch placed on the interior of the lid.

    Louis Vuitton congratulates the Spanish team for winning the 2019 Davis Cup, which was held at the Caja Mágica in Madrid on November 24th in the presence of actress and friend of the house, Isabelle Huppert.

    The new Trophy Travel case for the Davis Cup is another landmark in Louis Vuitton’s long history of creating bespoke Travel Cases for the world’s most iconic trophies, including the FIFA World CupTM, World Rugby’s Webb Ellis Cup, and the America’s Cup.

    Davis Cup Trunk Trophies Savoir-Faire
  • DAN CARTER FOR UNICEF ON WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY

    Louis Vuitton and Dan Carter join UNICEF in appealing for support to children affected by the Syrian crisis.

    As part of Louis Vuitton’s efforts to raise awareness and funds for UNICEF, the New Zealand international rugby union player recently visited the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan to help children facing one of the world’s most challenging humanitarian crisis. 

    “After visiting Jordan and experiencing the amazing work that UNICEF is doing here, it has made me realize that no child should have to live in poverty, without water or without food. Every child deserves a fair chance in life […] Every child should be given the opportunity to grow up and fulfill their potential. By supporting UNICEF, you are helping provide the most vulnerable children with education, a safe environment to live and play in and hope for the future,” says Dan Carter.

    UNICEF is the leading humanitarian and development organization working globally for the rights of every child. The aim of the LOUIS VUITTON for UNICEF  partnership is to raise funds that help support children who are exposed to conflict, diseases, natural disasters and other situations that threaten their safety and well-being. Since January 2016, the partnership has raised more than $8m to help bring children life-saving humanitarian support, which includes children affected by the conflict in Syria.

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    Unicef Dan Carter
  • PRESENTING QIYANA, LEAGUE OF LEGENDS CHAMPION

    As part of Louis Vuitton’s collaboration with the esports organization Riot Games, Nicolas Ghesquière has designed the Maison’s first-ever League of Legends prestige skin.

    Qiyana, also known as the Empress of the Elements, wears a total look designed by Nicolas Ghesquière, Louis Vuitton’s Artistic Director of Women’s Collections. Reminiscent of recent silhouettes seen on the runway, the look combines a cropped top and high-waisted pants with signature Louis Vuitton accessories such as the Dauphine bag and Star Trail boots. Qiyana’s ring blade has also been reinterpreted with the emblematic Monogram and V-shaped ornaments.

    The prestige skin is now available in the League of Legends store. Players and fans can also play with Qiyana’s Louis Vuitton tiara, earrings, and ring blade thanks to a new Instagram filter. Find it in the Filter tab of Louis Vuitton’s Instagram account (@louisvuitton).

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    Sports Partnerships Collaboration Nicolas Ghesquière
  • QIYANA SEEN WEARING LOUIS VUITTON IN TRUE DAMAGE MUSIC VIDEO

    The League of Legends champion makes her musical debut with the virtual hip-hop collective True Damage, where she briefly appears dressed in Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquière.

    After the huge success of K/DA, the virtual K-pop group launched in 2018, Riot Games launches True Damage, a new hip-hop band featuring Akali, Yasuo, Ekko, Senna, and Qiyana. The group’s first song was released at the Finals of League of Legends World Championship in Paris on November 10th, 2019, where Qiyana was seen in her new prestige skin designed by Nicolas Ghesquière.

    Sports Partnerships Collaboration Nicolas Ghesquière
  • TRAVEL CASE FOR LEAGUE OF LEGENDS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY

    This year, the most prestigious prize in esports was presented to the winner of the League of Legends World Championship in a bespoke Louis Vuitton trophy case.

    The Summoner’s Cup trunk brings together traditional Louis Vuitton savoir-faire along with cutting-edge, high-tech elements inspired by the League of Legends universe. Once again, victory travels in Louis Vuitton.

    The trunk was unveiled during the opening ceremony of the 2019 League of Legends World Championship in Paris on November 10th, 2019, as part of this year’s unprecedented collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Riot Games.

    Sports Partnerships Collaboration Nicolas Ghesquière