Louis V. Gets Through To Me.

Louis Vuitton - V Line

Finding a cool and functional bag whether it’s for work, leisure or travel can be hard. Especially a bag which can be used for all three prior situations is a extreme pickle. I guess Louis Vuitton picked up on this demand for the new Man.

Louis V. added a new collection to their luxurious repertoire under the simple moniker “V.” Designed to also truly perform, the offerings make use of flexible and adaptable shapes, exterior zip pockets, interior compartments and removable straps in order to suit today’s constant life in motion.

The new “V” signature, meanwhile, is linked to one of Louis Vuitton’s most innovative characters, Gaston-Louis Vuitton. He originally developed this graphic design as his personal signature on trunks and other travel pieces in the early 20th century. Classic!!

To introduce the new line of Louis V.’s leather goods the serie “Movers” has been created featuring talented individuals who explore different mediums, push their limits and blur the lines between lifestyle and art. Among the first creatives featured in the series is digital artist Ryoichi Kurokawa and pro skater Alex Olson.
Tokyo-based designer Kurokawa displays his talent with large-scale static visuals and complementing sound. He mirrors the flexibility and versatility provided by the “V” offerings.
Olson who through his range of interests has turned the city into a canvas for his creative output. With a crossover fashion/streetwear label under his belt, Olson is the perfect vessel for the iconic house’s latest venture.

Watch the short films below and stay tuned first hand at Louis Vuitton’s website.

For the launch of the new V Line leather good collection, Louis Vuitton calls upon pro skater Alex Olson in this new film.
Discover the new supple leather bag collection on http://www.louisvuitton.com

Louis Vuitton Movers #1 – Ryoichi Kurokawa, Tokyo

Louis Vuitton Movers #2 – Alex Olson, Los Angeles