Louis Vuitton have a rich fashion history and to mark 20 years of womenswear, the Maison have created a 623-page book.
The tome documents the two decades of women’s fashion under the creative direction of Marc Jacobs and Nicolas Ghesquière, and will be available at the brands’ boutiques this month. Fans of the house will enjoy flicking through the 1,350 photographs and relive some of the most iconic runway moments.
Louis Vuitton Catwalk is the first comprehensive overview of the House’s cutting-edge fashion collections, from their debut in 1998 to today. Included are the high-profile collaborations with artists such as Takashi Murakami, Richard Prince, and Stephen Sprouse, as well as the hugely influential collections designed by artistic directors Jacobs (1998–2013) and most recently, Ghesquière.
This is a unique treasure trove for lovers of the Maison, and fashion in general.