From travel bags to luxury ready-to-wear.
The story of the House of Louis Vuitton is the story of a man who began his career making items of luggage. The products brought the brand much success and quickly found appeal with the nobility. Louis Vuitton ready-to-wear saw the light of day as the aughts were coming over the horizon. It was in 1997, at the impetus of the creative director Marc Jacobs that the first collections were shown on the catwalks. The famous Monogram was given the limelight and clothes created by the designer succeeded in winning over the hearts of numerous leading celebrities.
Louis Vuitton style, where retro meets modernity.
The strong and slightly quirky personality of the designer Marc Jacobs can be felt in the Louis Vuitton designs of the time. That unique DNA was one of the reasons behind the meteoric success of the ready-to-wear. It was the turn of Nicolas Ghesquière to take over the reins in 2014. He dreamt up Louis Vuitton collections such as a relatively classic wardrobe to which he added more avant-garde, experimental pieces. He found a way of celebrating the extensive heritage of the fashion house, and injecting just the right amount of modernity.
Putting together a Louis Vuitton wardrobe.
From long silk Louis Vuitton dresses and wool jumpers to monogramed leather jackets and trench coats, women's ready-to-wear is imbued with the brand's incredibly unique know-how. The cuts set off a silhouette and the detailing is a constant reminder of the strong identity of the leading French fashion house.
To complete their outfit, women can find numerous Louis Vuitton accessories on Vestiaire Collective. The following categories are teeming with a variety of products, from yesteryear and today: