Though founded in 1854, heritage French house Louis Vuitton didn’t start producing ready-to-wear until 1998. Now, the label has released its first-ever book highlighting its 20-year fashion collection history.
Presented via original catwalk photography, the book spans over 1, 350 images and chronicles the work churned out by artistic directors Marc Jacobs, who took reign at the house from 1998-2013, and Nicolas Ghesquière, who has taken charge of Louis Vuitton’s womenswear division from 2013 until present day.
Louis Vuitton Catwalk is available in English, French and Italian, and retails for approximately $75 USD at amazon.com.
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