Louis Vuitton Chronicles Its Visual History in a New Book
Is your living room in need of a little pick me up? This October, Louis Vuitton is releasing a new book that will take even the simplest coffee tables to new heights. Called Louis Vuitton Fashion Photography, the book will feature more than 200 images from Louis Vuitton advertising campaigns as well as magazine editorials by photographers such as Patrick Demarchelier, Karl Lagerfeld, Annie Leibovitz, Helmut Newton, Mario Testino, and Juergen Teller.
In a statement, the brand calls the book "an unprecedented visual history of the Maison through the language of the lens" and the pages will be divided into three categories: Fashion articles since 1977, Louis Vuitton advertising campaigns, and flashback to the 1950s. Each section will include an introduction by photography writer Charlotte Cotton.
And if the stunning photos inside weren't enough, the label is releasing a limited edition of the book that will feature a white canvas binding and choice of three covers. Available in English and French, the limited edition will cost $130 and be available Oct. 1 in Louis Vuitton stores and on louisvuitton.com. The bookstore edition will be available on Oct. 15 for $85.
See some of the photos from the book below, plus click through our gallery to see celebs wearing Louis Vuitton.