Luxury brand Louis Vuitton celebrate Diwali the Indian Festival of Lights , with elegant displays of traditional Hindu motifs in its global network of stores.
Diwali : MYTHOLOGICAL ORIGINS
A symbol of inter-communal peace and harmony that cuts across barriers of caste, class, religion and country, the festival of Diwali has been revered and celebrated in India from times immemorial.
What’s more, Marc Jacobs is designing a limited edition of ready-to-wear sari dresses, using vintage sari material sourced from New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Madras and other cities in India. These delicate pieces, imaginated as silhouettes divided into two styles of skirts and shorts, three dress styles and four other different tops, have been designed with the greatest attention and care. Exclusively made in the Louis Vuitton ready-to-wear workshop in Paris, they are available in several fabrics, whose warm colours are set off by the contrast of gold thread embroidery. These limited edition ready-to-wear pieces will be sold exclusively (in size 38) in the Louis Vuitton Paris Montaigne store.
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