Louis Vuitton designs its own slowdown
David, who is no stranger to starting his own fashion trends in the past, decided to dress casually for the occasion in a pair of loose-fitting dark denim jeans, a slate grey T-shirt, navy blazer and a pair of brown boots. Marc, 50, who opted for the eye-catching ensemble embellished with a classic Japanese print for the fashion show, was even carrying a small, black handbag at the show which was part of Paris Fashion Week. Upstaged: Marc Jacobs stole the limelight from David Beckham as the pair attended the Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton show during Paris Fashion Week on Thursday Dressed down day: Becks cut a casual appearance in his jeans, T-shirt and brown boots for the show while Marc Jacobs looked ready for bed Front row friends: Marc and David sat just one seat apart as they took in the show The only similarities between the pair were their rather similar goatee/ beards and the sleeve of tattoos on their arms. Whilst Beckham, 38, was smiling for the photographers, Marc was stern-faced and clearly very serious about his fashion decision. But David is no stranger to causing controversy himself with his fashion choices, and first launched his ‘fashion icon status’ when he and Victoria wore matching sarongs back in 1998.
Thief steals pricey Louis Vuitton bags
According to a report from the Dallas Police Department, the man made his way into the mall before 6 a.m. by breaking a window with a small hammer. He did the same thing to get into the Louis Vuitton store. After taking three handbags worth about $10,000, a witness saw him leaving in a white or cream, two-door Dodge car, police said. Investigators hope surveillance video will help lead them to the suspect. KDFW FOX 4
Louis Vuitton celebrates Americana
(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon) Sponsored Links The Associated Press PARIS The Louis Vuitton man moved from the eastern Himalayas Louis Vuitton Bags of last season to the sunny West Coast of the United States for this spring-summer 2014. “This was the American road trip, just enjoying and celebrating Americana from NASA through to the traditional things such as bandanas,” said designer Kim Jones, breaking a sweat backstage Thursday at the Paris show that was held inside a scorching conservatory. The collection ranged from the road trip, as imagined in khaki parkas with travel badges and cotton printed bandanas, to a whole mix of different American styles: From sportswear, as in white, blue and red silk graph check tailored shorts, to Gatsby-style evening suits in raw kimono silk with a classy curved lower part. As ever, when traveling anywhere Vuitton-style, don’t expect to rough it. Stylish and coiffed David Beckham looked approvingly on from the front row. Silhouettes were tight and masculine.