Louis Vuitton loses lawsuit on “Hangover” handbag
. . (PacificCoastNews) “It” bag alert: Olivia Palermo has been spotted everywhere this summer with her red Louis Vuitton “Sofia” bag. And for good reason. It goes with everything! Our street style crush has worn the caryall with everything from shorts and button-downs to adorable dresses and flats. And the bonus? The luscious red color pops agains anything she wears. Meaning: You need this bag, too. Especially if you’re on the hunt for the perfect everyday satchel.
Louis Vuitton’s Epi Neverfull collection tours London with Angela Scanlon
The brand said in a statement that it chose Williams for her enduring beauty because she picks challenging roles. And with talent like hers, this surely won’t be the last time we see Williams in a campaign like this. Get a look at all of her ads here in the gallery. Photo courtesy of Louis Vuitton Whats Your Reaction? 0 0 0 0 0 0 The first two ads from Michelle Williams’s Fall 2013 handbag campaign for Louis Vuitton caused so much buzz on their own that it’s only natural to assume the other images will get tongues wagging, too. The photos, which were shot by renowned photographer Peter Lindbergh, feature Williams posing with the brand’s new W and classic Capucines bags and wearing Marc Jacobs ‘s Fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection for the house. The brand said in a statement that it chose Williams for her enduring beauty because she picks challenging roles.
HOW TO: Spot a fake Louis Vuitton handbag
Handbag firm Coach owed its position at number 10 on the list to its presence in China where it added 30 stores by the end of 2012, taking its total there to 69. The survey said it was among the firms making extensive use of social media and the Internet, “emailing over 1.2 billion messages to selected customers”. Models wear creations for Gucci women’s Fall-Winter 2013-14 collection, part of the Milan Fashion Week earlier this year. Gucci was named the third-most valuable global luxury brand, after Louise Vuitton and Hermes. Picture: AP And it found that the Chinese customer continued to be key to the fortunes of luxury firms in Europe.
BY Alice Newbold | 31 July 2013 Irish broadcaster and fashion writer Angela Scanlon has been on an adventure with Louis Vuitton. Related articles READ: Who’s that girl? Angela Scanlon Queue a nattily dressed Scanlon putting a wash on in a launderette with a post box-red Neverfull; toting a yellow Neverfull while cruising around the capital on a skateboard and scouring in a curious antique store modelling the classic LV monogrammed Epi. Irish broadcaster Angela Scanlon modelling two of Louis Vuitton’s new Epi Neverfull bags Originally designed in 2007 in Monogram and Damier, the new Neverfull bags are made of Epi leather: the first colour leather line of the Louis Vuitton House, created in 1985. The grained Epi line was transformed in 2012 to include the seven new vibrant shades – orange, purple, teal, navy blue, yellow, black and fuchsia – which the July launched Epi Neverfull comes in. Each rainbow hue retails at 1,160 online and in store. Angela Scanlon clutching the yellow Epi leather Neverfull, 1,160 Scanlon, who describes her style as “a bit schizophrenic”, previously visited Louis Vuitton for her Glamour Women of the Year Awards outfit – a classic pale checkerboard number from the square-heavy spring/summer ’13 collection .
Sarah Jessica Parker debuts her new $4400 Louis Vuitton tote bag as she steps out in stripes
The 48-year-old actress was spotted with the distinctive canary yellow accessory as she climbed from the rear of a car and made her way into an office building on Tuesday. Distinctive: Sarah Jessica Parker shows off her new W tote bag from Louis Vuitton on Tuesday With her hair tied back from her face and a pair of large sunglasses firmly in place, the usually good natured Sarah seemed preoccupied as she hurried past, one hand clutched tightly around the totes calfskin handles. And little wonder the luxury bag, which comes in a range of styles and colours, costs a sizeable $4400 (2907.17), no doubt a snip for Carrie Bradshaw, the designer obsessed columnist made famous by Sarah in HBO show Sex and the City. Made primarily from Veau cashmere leather, the bag which went on sale in July also includes palladium brass pieces, suede lining and various interior pockets. Smart as always: Sarah debuts the new $4,400 bag as she arrives at an office block in new York City Trendsetter: The Sex and the City star’s new bag went on sale in July Its also made up of a three-part shape that give it a distinctive look, while its exterior is decorated with the Louis Vuitton insignia. On another hot day in the Big Apple, Sex and the City star Sarah opted for a seasonal stripy vest top that showed off her toned arms -and a visible blue bra strap.
Louis Vuitton tops global luxury brand list as Fendi and Coach crack top ten, brand study finds
So we’ve rounded up a few tips from our friends over at thevivant.com on how to check if your new LV purchase is in fact the real deal. Ready for a lesson in Vuitton perfection? Here we go… TIP 1: Always remember that the O’s in Louis Vuitton should have a perfectly round shape many counterfeits use oval shaped O’s instead. TIP 2: Check that the Louis Vuitton bag you are considering buying actually exists. Sounds obvious, but there have been examples of the Vernis being sold in black even though Louis Vuitton never made it in black. TIP 3: Louis Vuitton is extremely careful about the way that its monogram is placed, and it is usually completely symmetrical from side to side. TIP 4: Not all Louis Vuitton bags are made in France, so if your bag says ‘Made in USA’ don’t automatically assume it’s a fake. TIP 5: Some styles such as the Speedy have upside down LVs on the back-side of the bag the reason being that Louis Vuitton will use one continuous piece of leather that will wrap from the back to the front so one side will have an upside down logo.
Michelle Williams Full Louis Vuitton Campaign | Pictures
But U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter in Manhattan found that Warner Brothers, part of Time Warner Inc, should not be held liable. He said it was unlikely that many filmgoers would have noticed that the bag, which was on screen for less than 30 seconds, was a knock-off, or that they would have thought Louis Vuitton approved of Warner Brothers’ use of the Diophy bag. “The likelihood of confusion is at best minimal,” Carter wrote. A lawyer for Louis Vuitton declined to comment on the ruling. According to the complaint, “The Hangover: Part II” had grossed about $580 million worldwide at the time the case was brought, becoming the highest-grossing “R” rated comedy ever. The case is Louis Vuitton Mallatier SA v. Warner Brothers Entertainment Inc, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No.