Haute Living’s Exclusive Fashion Editorial With Louis Vuitton Classic Monogram

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Easily one of the most recognizable and covetable prints in all of fashion, Louis Vuitton’s Classic Monogram on canvas finish was born in 1896 and has been reinterpreted and reimagined over the years. Its latest iterations by the Maison’s Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière give it new meaning, while maintaining its timeless elegance and its representation of the pinnacle in luxury. Shapes like the Petite Malle, the Cannes and the Petite Boite Chapeau showcase the Maison’s unique ability to reinvent heritage silhouettes with a more modern feel, making these handbags just as relevant and wearable today as they have always been, and always will be.

Creative/Fashion Director: Deyvanshi Masrani
Photographer: Mark Squires
Hairstylist: Erol Karadag
Makeup Artist: Angel Gabriel
Prop Stylist: Mary Arch
Assistant Photographers: Neville Caulfield + Casey Vinder
Model: Ekaterina Kutsareva for the Industry Model MGMT
Shot on location at 20 East End Avenue by Robert A.M. Stern, Penthouse Apartment
A Corcoran Property, Deborah Kern

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

Louis VuittonPhoto Credit: Mark Squires

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