Sunday, 10 June 2012

The New Exclusive Louis Vuitton Leopard Sprouse Stole @ Harrods! Xx


 The Louis Vuitton store in Harrods located 
on the Ground Floor is now triple in size
and has been designed by architect Peter Marino 
in line with the global design concept 

so that the space’s interior evokes a 

sense of luxury and spaciousness.


And to coincide with the opening with the new store
a new colour interplay of the iconic 
Leopard Sprouse 
stole will pre-launch for the UK exclusively
 in Harrods on June 20th, 2012.

An emblematic symbol of the house since 2001, 
the new Etole “Blurry” from the Pre-fall 2012 
collection is available in two new colour variations, 
blending army green with navy blue and fuchsia tones.

Passionate about arts and fashion from a young age,
 Stephen Sprouse fashion designer and 
artist (September 12, 1953 - March 4, 2004)

was first noticed in 1983 after 
competing in a fashion show of young designers.
In 1992 and 1993 his shows were 'Cyber Punk' and 'Cyber Glitter'.


And buy the Rizzoli Book on Amazon
by Roger and Mauricio Padilha

Click to BUY

The Stephen Sprouse Book Louis Vuitton Edition
that was published in 2009
The Authors of the Stephen Sprouse Book Roger Padilha and Mauricio Padilha
The Foreward was written by Tama Janowitz 
Debbie Harry's Rockbird 1986 Album Cover
that Stephen Sprouse designed.


In 2001,Marc Jacobs invited the American artist 
 to revisit the Monogram canvas, 
resulting in the “Graffiti” collection 
where the famous initial were replaced 
by bold block capitals, scrawled by 
hand as if on a bare brick wall.
In 2006, after the artist’s death, 
Marc Jacobs paid tribute to Sprouse 
with a collection using a simple pattern 
developed by the artist in 2001, but yet to be seen.
2009

 'GRAFFITI ART
 Marc Jacobs photographed for Harpers Bazaar NYC 
wearing nothing but a Louis Vuitton bag, 
photographed for the January issue by Terry Richardson 
styled by Mary Alice Stephenson
Marc lies on a pink fur rug with Louis Vuitton 
written in pink all over his body'



Photograph Christophe Kutner
From the Rizzoli Book Marc Jacobs/Louis Vuitton
check my Post:


Louis Vuitton Graffiti Bag


The iconic Sprouse Leopard print was born, 
now a pattern recognized as a true Louis Vuitton signature, 
coveted and worn by some of the world’s most renowned
international celebrities including  


Kate Moss and Keira Knightley (above).


By Skam for the Toronto Launch

Also in the Harrods Store, you can now discover the 
legendary Louis Vuitton Women’s leather 
good collections including Fashion Accessories and Watches.
 There will be a dedicated space to the 
‘Rare and Exceptional' leather goods pieces, 
City bags, Luggage and Hardsided pieces 
and the new enlarged space will host the Mon Monogram service, 
which proposes a unique way to personalise a monogram bag.

 A set of two-tone initials of up to three letters, 
either vertical or diagonal stripes, or a combination 
of both initials and stripes can be chosen from a 
range of 17 different colours resulting in more than 
200 million possible combinations per bag. 
Clients can visualise exactly how their bag 
will look via an in-store computer simulation. 
Personalistion is at the heart of Louis Vuitton, 
and services such as hot-stamping and 
Special Orders are also available at Harrods. 

Beyond fashion and trends, in the 
heart of the Harrods department store, 
the spirit of Louis Vuitton has remained intact: 
the art of travel, the use of quality materials, 
and the refinement in every detail - 
artisan expertise that defies time. 
A century and a half later, the legend lives on.


Until next time J Xx




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