Louis Vuitton Homme fall winter 2014 collection takes us from mountain heights to a view from outer space. However the new collection also explores various manners of traveling. Yes no doubt, Louis Vuitton FW14 guy is a traveler, staying true to label's heritage and ongoing inspiration.
“Our collections have always been about travel, but the idea this time was technical travel, digital travel, the implications of the fact that we can now see the world through a screen. We looked at NASA maps of the world from space, and at aerial photographs of Machu Picchu, Cusco, the Atacama Desert, and the Nazca Lines in Peru. Then, we went into those areas and found the finest local materials. The idea this season is combine these refined fabrications with the notion of digital, new age travel, of never being in one place. As is the tradition of Louis Vuitton, there’s a focus on craftsmanship, but technology was important; I didn’t want to make something rustic or nostalgic. It had to feel technical and modern.” – from Kim Jones creative director of Louis Vuitton Homme
While the lines are classic shaping very familiar menswear pieces, Kim and his Louis Vuitton team have worked on developing original patterns. Discover more than 40 new looks below:
Models: Abel van Oeveren, Abiah Hostvedt, Adam Butcher, Alek Stoodley, Alexander Beck, Almantas Petkunas, Andreas Lindquist, Andrew Westermann, Ben Allen, Charlie Ayres Taylor, Charlie France, Darwin Gray, Felix Gesnouin, Frederik Ruegger, George Barnett, Guerrino Santulliana, Gustaaf, Jack Chambers, Jason Anthony, Jin Dachuan, Jourdan Copeland, Karlis Adlers, Kristoffer Hasslevall, Laurie Harding, Lucas Cristino, Marc Andre-Turgeon, Max Rendell, Max Streetley, Taylor Cowan, Thibaud Charon, Timur Simakov, Tommaso de Benedictis
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