It is odd for Louis Vuitton not to make a scene. The brand’s most current runway spanned a breathtaking pathway higher up in the mountains outdoors Kyoto, Japan at the Miho Museum, and when it comes to the in-involving seasons that are not tied to Paris Style Week, Vuitton commonly leans on the history of luxury travel baked into its DNA to take potential shoppers on a visual journey to a far-flung location. We kept waiting for the brand to do that for Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2017, but it never ever came, so only now are we having to see the collection’s bags as they hit retailers.
A single explanation Vuitton may possibly have foregone a large to-do more than this collection is that it does not seem to be launching any important new accessories, which are the brand’s bread and butter. The campaign, shot by legendary photographer Bruce Weber, alternatively moves the emphasis to thigh-higher boots, but we get to see a couple of bags anyway, naturally. Most of them are new versions of styles Nicolas Ghesquiere has introduced in his time at Louis Vuitton, like the preferred Twist and City Steamer. Take a appear at the campaign under, and if the bags pique your exciting, a couple have just come to be accessible by means of Louis Vuitton.