Louis Vuitton is one luxury brand that has always impressed us with its unique and original designs. These designs inspire fashion design colleges and students around the world. Be it their exclusive products or their showrooms, everything with a Louis Vuitton label is a design masterpiece. And after all these years of mesmerizing its customers, Louis Vuitton is all set to spill the beans on some of its famous designs through a book named – Louis Vuitton: Art, Fashion, and Architecture. For the first time in the luxury brands history, a critical selection of the creative exchanges forged between Louis Vuitton and a growing number of designers from the worlds of art, architecture, design, photography, and fashion will be revealed to the world through a 400 page book. The amazing book has been written by international critics from the world of art, fashion, and architecture and is illustrated with 400 color documents besides the 400 pages of essays. The book will be released in three languages – French, English, and Italian – and will be available in bookshops, published respectively by de La Martinière, Rizzoli NY, and Rizzoli Italia. What’s more, a deluxe edition of this book, designed by Takashi Murakami, is expected to sell in Louis Vuitton stores and on the Louis Vuitton website from September 1st, 2009. This exclusive limited-edition book will have a hardcover with an “LV with Hands” jacket and a Plexiglas slipcase engraved with Damier pattern.
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