The unisex jewelry collection draws on the luxury Maison’s most abstracted form of the L and the V to find its energy, establish its rhythm, and express its beat.
Louis Vuitton’s new Fine Jewelry Collection
Louis Vuitton’s renowned craftsmanship is on display in the LV Volt Collection through an expert play of precise, sharp lines and soft, smooth contours. Francesca Amfitheatrof, Louis Vuitton’s artistic director of watches and jewellery, imagined rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings worn by both men and women.
Louis Vuitton presents LV Volt, a graphic new collection of unisex jewelry where the iconic LV initials are a metaphor for movement and a symbol of energy. The LV letters come together, split apart, link up, and intertwine in a myriad of textures, volumes, finishes, and dimensions, offering infinite combinations for seamless mixing and matching.
The new collection pulsates with the energy of the initials’ powerful shape, becoming a unit of measure of its own beat and tempo. Ideal for stacking, these pieces can also be combined with others from the range to create a unique, personal style.
Four talents convey the unisex jewelry collection’s bold metaphor for movement: Hugo Marchand, Paris Opera Ballet principal dancer, Alicia Vikander, Swedish Oscar-winning actress, Sharon Alexie, French artist, and XiaoXing Mao, Chinese model.
The Oscar-winning actress Alicia Vikander and Louis Vuitton ambassador brings her classical dance background to the new Fine Jewelry campaign.
Each piece from Louis Vuitton jewelry and watch creations is unique. Caratage and metal weight information is given for information only and may vary slightly from one piece to another.
Louis Vuitton Autumn Winter 2020 Pop-Up at Harrods London
Louis Vuitton womenswear is spotlighting Autumn/Winter 2020 with a pop-up next to Door 5 on the Ground Floor at Harrods London, where it will remain until the end of the year. Immerse yourself in the bold and beautiful new LV Crafty print, transforming the brand’s signature Monogram Giant canvas with vivid, graffiti-inspired graphics inspired by the urban art scene of ‘80s New York. Plus, make room in your wardrobe for Nicolas Ghesquière’s time-traveling Autumn Winter 2020/2021 collection.