What Goes Into The Making Of Louis Vuitton Jewelry

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Emirates Team New Zealand in action against Luna Rossa Challenge during the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle

There is a constellation of diamonds in the shape of a Peter Pan collar similar to some of the shapes in Marc Jacobs ready-to-wear collections for Vuitton. Baumer recreates the nail heads seen on Vuitton trunks and bags using rose cut diamonds. The result are pieces that are beautiful, luxurious, and elegant but at the same time they are also modern in that they challenge conventional shapes and jewelry-making savor faire. Below, Baumer talks about creating jewelry that could very well be considered art pieces. Lorenz Baumer, Louis Vuitton’s artistic director for fine jewelry What makes Louis Vuitton jewelry unique and special? At Vuitton we love diamonds and we love to cut it in different ways. We have the LV Cut, the rose cut, little beads. Its all about using diamonds.We like for our pieces to be beautiful outside as well as inside. We like that every detail is perfect and reflects the extraordinary craftsmanship of the workshops we have in Paris. At Vuitton you can find that the trunks are beautiful inside and out and we want the same for our jewelry.

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Emirates Team New Zealand, right, passes by Luna Rossa Challenge during the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle Emirates Team New Zealand, right, passes by Luna Rossa Challenge… Emirates Team New Zealand, left, in the lead against Luna Rossa Challenge during the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle Emirates Team New Zealand, left, in the lead against Luna Rossa… Fans line the America’s Cup Village pier to watch Emirates Team New Zealand as they defeated Luna Rossa Challenge during the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle Fans line the America’s Cup Village pier to watch Emirates Team New… (L-R)Luna Rossa Challenge, Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team New Zealand pass each other during practice runs prior to the start of the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013.

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‘I don’t try and mastermind it, I hope to try and stay very present and open to what is moving me in the moment. And generally that tends to be something that’s challenging. If it’s not challenging, then why do it?’ she added. The campaign marks Ms Williams’ first major fashion Louis Vuitton Handbags endorsement, aside from a brief spell as an ambassador for Band of Outsiders for spring/summer 2012. Posing pouts: In a behind the scenes video released by Louis Vuitton, the 32-year-old is seen getting into character for her model moment: pouting, smiling, posing seriously and bursting into giggles Lights, camera: The campaign marks Ms Williams’ first major fashion endorsement, aside from a brief spell as an ambassador for Band of Outsiders for spring/summer 2012 Primp and prime: The Louis Vuitton campaign, certainly a far cry from her days as Jen Lindley on Dawson’s Creek, had some high-fashion help from hairstylist Sam McKnight and make-up artist by Stephane Marais Louis Vuitton’s latest: The actress models the French fashion house’s new fall collection in the campaign The Louis Vuitton campaign, certainly a far cry from her days as Jen Lindley on Dawson’s Creek, had some high-fashion help from hairstylist Sam McKnight and make-up artist by Stephane Marais. Best known for her roles in Brokeback Mountain and My Week With Marilyn, Ms Williams is currently filming Suite Francaise, based on the novel by Irene Nemirovsky, which follows a blossoming romance between a French villager and a German soldier during the early years of the German occupation in France. The actress discussed her role as Marilyn Monroe, revealing just how seriously she takes each character in the lead up to a film. image002.png Looking on: Louis Vuitton’s large creative team behind the shoot Fashion role: Best known for her roles in Brokeback Mountain and My Week With Marilyn, Ms Williams is adept at getting into character ‘I started working on Marilyn a year before we started filming,’ she said. ‘Some things, they require our muscle memory.

China loves Louis Vuitton, and so will investors

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Philip Elmer-Dewitt over at Fortune says the finance magazine contacted Sonny Dickson via Skype to ask him about his iPhone leaks, but also about himself. A cagy Dickson tells Fortune hes old enough to drink, with Dewitt pointing out that the legal drinking age in Melbourne is 18. Hes not exactly open about his sources either, telling the publication that he has some contacts who simply work for Apple in China. Asked about the money hes made with his iPhone leaks, Dickson said, I could go over to Louis Vuitton today and buy one of their bags with the money I made this month. He admits the money he’s earned got him a lot of hate, but he also makes his cash from fixing iPhones and iPods. However, this summer he’s also made a handsome profit from selling iPhone 5C cases, which fetch $250 / 190 apiece, he says. Dickson says IPs from Apples headquarters hit his web site more than 900 times last month, adding that U.S. Homeland Security visited 67 times. Some people think I may be breaking the law, but they don’t really know what I do, he tells the magazine.

Louis Vuitton autumn/winter scarves feature calligraphy by Tunisian artist El-Seed

In addition to clamoring for designer goods at stores in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong, Chinese tourists have dominated sales at flagship locations on New York’s Fifth Avenue and throughout Europe, where the goods are about 30% cheaper than they are on mainland China. A Louis Vuitton boutique in London was recently forced to limit shoppers to three purchases to make sure they would have enough left, said Kirk Cheyfitz, CEO of global marketing agency Story Worldwide, at the Bloomberg China Investment Strategies conference earlier this month. Playing the trend CLSA forecasts that China will become the world’s largest market for luxury goods over the course of the next decade, accounting for 44% of global sales by 2020, from 15% today. Emerging markets are hot: Place your bets Though they do take a hit during economic downturns, Magoon Capital Chief Executive Christian Magoon said the luxury brand companies are still sound investments. “Luxury brand companies are solid investments over the long term because it’s very difficult for new players to enter the space,” Magoon said. “These brands have tradition and status that makes them unique and gives them the ability to price things as high as they want.” Chinese buyers are Louis Vuitton’s biggest customers already, according to CLSA, and sales will likely keep growing alongside an increase in the number of Chinese millionaires. And demand for luxury goods is likely to pick up even more steam if the Chinese government allows the yuan to appreciate, which would make imports like Louis Vuitton bags less expensive. Prada may be the next hot buy. Last month, the Italian fashion house announced plans to list its shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange as it looks to expand its international business. Google+ Market indexes are shown in real time, except for the DJIA, which is delayed by two minutes.

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The Black Tie Gala brought out Team New Zealand, many of whom were clad in their formal team uniform, as well as several other affiliates of Louis Vuitton and Americas Cup including Valerie Chapoulaud-Floquet the North American President & CEO at Louis Vuitton, Bruno Trouble (a contributing skipper to Americas Cup and an organizer of the Louis Vuitton Cup challenger series), Christine Belanger (Events Director of the Louis Vuitton Cup), Tommaso De Vecchi (SVP of the Western Region at Louis Vuitton), philanthropist Lucy Jewett who is also a board member of the San Franciscos Americas Cup Organizing Committee, Mark Buell (the head of the Americas Cup Organizing Committee) and seven-time sailing world champion, Americas Cup veteran and Olympian, Paul Cayard. Guests indulged in a delectable three-course dinner which took place alongsidecharming magic acts throughout the room to entertain guests as they dined. Festivities were brought to a highpoint when the live music commenced and patrons immediately hit the dance floor to sway the night away. Before 1983, no challenger had ever achieved victory in defeating the U.S. defender. Since then there have been seven Louis Vuitton regattas and the winner has gone on to win the Americas Cup four times.

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Well, thats exactly what were wondering. PHOTOS: Louis Vuitton Nods To NYC Taxis In New Ad by Hilary George-Parkin | 12:31 pm, April 1st, 2013 You know that saying, well cross that bridge when we come to it? Well, that time has finally come for the Louis Vuitton Alma bag, which has earned its very own ad campaign nearly 80 years after its creation. The campaign, which features iconic scenes from three major cities, features the tagline Chic on the bridge. Because Louis Vuitton Handbags Werent Expensive Enough by Hilary George-Parkin | 12:08 pm, March 27th, 2013 We know what youre thinking: Louis Vuitton handbags are such a bargain, buying them practically feels like stealing, right? Well, looks like the brand finally has caught on to you, since theyve reportedly been jacking up prices on the sly since the beginning of the year.

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El-Seed is a Tunisian-born visual artist who paints large-scale murals of decorative Arabic script, in a style he describes as “caligrafitti”. He has painted bright murals in cities across the globe, from New York to Mecca to his Tunisian hometown Gabes. El-Seed first explored the art of graffiti in 1998 in Paris, where he spent his childhood. Later, when he moved to North America, he started combining graffiti with his passion for Arabic calligraphy (usually associated with the Quran and religious scripture). The artist likes to mix traditional script and contemporary pop-culture, giving birth to a distinctive urban graffiti.

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