Pharrell Williams Is Louis Vuitton’s Next Men’s Designer

Pharrell Williams
American rapper, music producer and designer Pharrell Williams will be Louis Vuitton‘s new men’s creative director, a role previously held by Virigl Abloh until his death in 2021. With his unique blend of creativity, innovation, and cultural awareness, Williams has captured the imagination of audiences across the globe, and it will be fascinating to see how he translates his vision into high fashion.
“I am glad to welcome Pharrell back home, after our collaborations in 2004 and 2008 for Louis Vuitton, as our new Men’s Creative Director. His creative vision beyond fashion will undoubtedly lead Louis Vuitton towards a new and very exciting chapter.” – Pietro Beccari, Louis Vuitton’s Chairman and CEO.

It will be exciting to see what Williams has in store for his first collection, which is set to debut during Men’s Fashion Week in Paris next June.

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Louis Vuitton Teases Second Collaboration With Artist Yayoi Kusama

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A decade after their well-received collaboration, Louis Vuitton will launch its second collaboration with 93-year-old Japanese artist artist Yayoi Kusama. First revealed on the Cruise 2023 runway show at the Salk Institute in San Diego, the new Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama Collection will bring the artist’s signature dots to the Maison’s creations. We can’t wait for our socks to be blown off.

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Emma Stone Stars In Louis Vuitton’s Latest Campaign

Emma Stone takes center stage in the Louis Vuitton ‘Spirit of Travel’ 2018 campaign. Captured by Craig McDean in the mesmerizing Californian desert, the Oscar-winning actress showcases her elegance in floral dresses, complemented by a stunning array of high-end Capucino handbags. “I am very happy and proud to be working with a House as passionate … Read more

PETA Is Now a LVMH Shareholder

Animal rights group PETA bought a stake in the parent company of Louis Vuitton, LVMH; in order to pressure firm to stop using exotic animal skins, such as crocodile, alligator and python. The announcement comes after PETA released a disturbing short documentary about the crocodile skin industry in Vietnam.

“Every PETA exposé of the exotic-skins industry has found sensitive living beings crammed into filthy pits, hacked apart, and left to die,” says

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