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The Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection presents a city, region or country seen through the eyes of a fashion photographer. "Fashion Eye" establishes a dialogue between new talents, experienced photographers and legends of fashion photography.

Cretto Di Burri - Oliviero Toscani
Cretto Di Burri - Oliviero Toscani

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Cretto Di B

Cretto Di Burri - Oliviero Toscani

For the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection, the controversial photographer Oliviero Toscani has revisited the Cretto di Burri. This monumental work of art by Alberto Burri incorporates part of the ruins of Gibellina, a small town in Sicily which was devastated by a violent earthquake in 1968. Oliviero Toscani mixes high angle, wide angle and close-up shots , in order to transpose his vision onto the vast blindingly white concrete slabs, furrowed with a network of fractures that commemorate the tragedy. His pictorial approach creates compositions bordering on abstraction.

Art director, influencer and provocative admired around the world, the Tuscan photographer Oliviero Toscani has made himself known by his numerous advertisements for United Colors of Benetton and his shock campaign to raise awareness of anorexia. He now works for prestigious international magazines such as Vogue, Elle and Harper's Bazaar, while retaining his rebellious spirit, and continuing to defy the rules and break the status quo.

Inspired by the House's travel heritage, the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection presents cities, regions or countries through the eyes of fashion photographers - from new talents to legendary professionals. Each book in the series brings together a wide selection of large format photographs as well as biographical information and an interview with the photographer or a critical essay. This third collection, which follows the City Guides and Travel Books by Louis Vuitton, captures travel photography from a fashion perspective. The selected photographers bring their unique vision of the big cities, distant lands and dream destinations they capture.
- Edited by Michel Mallard
- Binding in serigraphed canvas
- 96 pages
- Between 50 and 100photographs
- Bilingual edition in French and English

For the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection, the controversial photographer Oliviero Toscani has revisited the Cretto di Burri. This monumental work of art by Alberto Burri incorporates part of the ruins of Gibellina, a small town in Sicily which was devastated by a violent earthquake in 1968. Oliviero Toscani mixes high angle, wide angle and close-up shots , in order to transpose his vision onto the vast blindingly white concrete slabs, furrowed with a network of fractures that commemorate the tragedy. His pictorial approach creates compositions bordering on abstraction.

Art director, influencer and provocative admired around the world, the Tuscan photographer Oliviero Toscani has made himself known by his numerous advertisements for United Colors of Benetton and his shock campaign to raise awareness of anorexia. He now works for prestigious international magazines such as Vogue, Elle and Harper's Bazaar, while retaining his rebellious spirit, and continuing to defy the rules and break the status quo.

Inspired by the House's travel heritage, the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection presents cities, regions or countries through the eyes of fashion photographers - from new talents to legendary professionals. Each book in the series brings together a wide selection of large format photographs as well as biographical information and an interview with the photographer or a critical essay. This third collection, which follows the City Guides and Travel Books by Louis Vuitton, captures travel photography from a fashion perspective. The selected photographers bring their unique vision of the big cities, distant lands and dream destinations they capture.
- Edited by Michel Mallard
- Binding in serigraphed canvas
- 96 pages
- Between 50 and 100photographs
- Bilingual edition in French and English

Price

50 €

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

Japan - Adolphe De Meyer
Japan - Adolphe De Meyer

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Japan

Japan - Adolphe De Meyer

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York maintains a unique collection of travel photographs by Baron Adolphe de Meyer. Although the latter destroyed part of his work, there remain rare snapshots of a fascinating and still mysterious island empire from his trip to Asia. In 1900, his taste for Japanese aesthetics transported him to Meiji era Japan. Site after site, from the Buddhist temples of Kyoto, the former imperial capital, to monumental statuaries in particular in Nara, porticoes of the Shinto shrines of Nikkô in Ueno Park in Tokyo, it captures imperious beauty of a revered nature of the Japanese as well as the architectural and artistic treasures of the Archipelago. An astonishing sensitive vision far from the Japanese shops then in vogue.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York maintains a unique collection of travel photographs by Baron Adolphe de Meyer. Although the latter destroyed part of his work, there remain rare snapshots of a fascinating and still mysterious island empire from his trip to Asia. In 1900, his taste for Japanese aesthetics transported him to Meiji era Japan. Site after site, from the Buddhist temples of Kyoto, the former imperial capital, to monumental statuaries in particular in Nara, porticoes of the Shinto shrines of Nikkô in Ueno Park in Tokyo, it captures imperious beauty of a revered nature of the Japanese as well as the architectural and artistic treasures of the Archipelago. An astonishing sensitive vision far from the Japanese shops then in vogue.

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

Orient Express - Sarah Moon
Orient Express - Sarah Moon

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Orient Expr

Orient Express - Sarah Moon

Suzanne had the lead role for a long time. She was the inspiration and the heroine of these one-second fictions. It was as if there was a story written in her body which I did not know very well, a lonely and timeless story, hers, mine or that of another, I don't know, but I recognized in this moment when I started as the last image of a slow motion film that I would have already seen.

Photographer: Sarah Moon

She walks down the aisle, turned in on her long, thin secret. She passes, passed between the empty armchairs of a compartment of the Orient Express. We see her from behind, on the run.

Suzanne had the lead role for a long time. She was the inspiration and the heroine of these one-second fictions. It was as if there was a story written in her body which I did not know very well, a lonely and timeless story, hers, mine or that of another, I don't know, but I recognized in this moment when I started as the last image of a slow motion film that I would have already seen.

Photographer: Sarah Moon

She walks down the aisle, turned in on her long, thin secret. She passes, passed between the empty armchairs of a compartment of the Orient Express. We see her from behind, on the run.

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

Saint Tropez - Osma Harvilahti
Saint Tropez - Osma Harvilahti

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Saint Trope

Saint Tropez - Osma Harvilahti

For the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection, photographer Osma Harvilahti, originally from Helsinki, travels to Saint-Tropez. Far from the jet set, he captures with his lens the slices of life and the faces of anonymous inhabitants, focusing on the details that tell the past of this city, once a simple fishing village. His photographs show the daily life of a place that is better known for the celebrities it welcomes than for its inhabitants. Osma Harvilahti captures everyday life in a colorful and abstract style. Influenced by his studies in social sciences at the University of Helsinki, he enjoys exploring the sociological side of fashion. Based in Paris, big names like Sonia Rykiel, Issey Miyake, Nike and Hermès called on him and his photographs were published in Vogue Hommes and Apartamento, among others. Inspired by the world of travel specific to the Maison, the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection presents a city, a region or a country through the eyes of a fashion photographer, emerging talent or big name in this art. Each volume offers a wide selection of large format photographs, supplemented with biographical information and a critical essay or interview with the photographer. After the Louis Vuitton City Guides and the Travel Books, this third collection paints a portrait of travel photography from a fashion point of view. Through images of big cities, remote places or dream destinations, the chosen photographers show their unique vision.
- Fashion Eye Saint-Tropez
- Photograph by Osma Harvilahti
- Edited by Damien Poulain
- Screen printed fabric binding
- Bilingual edition in French / English
- Includes biography, photographer interview or critical essay, and photo captions
- 50 to 100 photographs
- 100 pages
- Bilingual edition in French and English


For the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection, photographer Osma Harvilahti, originally from Helsinki, travels to Saint-Tropez. Far from the jet set, he captures with his lens the slices of life and the faces of anonymous inhabitants, focusing on the details that tell the past of this city, once a simple fishing village. His photographs show the daily life of a place that is better known for the celebrities it welcomes than for its inhabitants. Osma Harvilahti captures everyday life in a colorful and abstract style. Influenced by his studies in social sciences at the University of Helsinki, he enjoys exploring the sociological side of fashion. Based in Paris, big names like Sonia Rykiel, Issey Miyake, Nike and Hermès called on him and his photographs were published in Vogue Hommes and Apartamento, among others. Inspired by the world of travel specific to the Maison, the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection presents a city, a region or a country through the eyes of a fashion photographer, emerging talent or big name in this art. Each volume offers a wide selection of large format photographs, supplemented with biographical information and a critical essay or interview with the photographer. After the Louis Vuitton City Guides and the Travel Books, this third collection paints a portrait of travel photography from a fashion point of view. Through images of big cities, remote places or dream destinations, the chosen photographers show their unique vision.
- Fashion Eye Saint-Tropez
- Photograph by Osma Harvilahti
- Edited by Damien Poulain
- Screen printed fabric binding
- Bilingual edition in French / English
- Includes biography, photographer interview or critical essay, and photo captions
- 50 to 100 photographs
- 100 pages
- Bilingual edition in French and English


Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

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Iran - Harley Weir
Iran - Harley Weir

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Iran

Iran - Harley Weir

In the lands of Cyrus and Zarathustra, the photographer was won over by the beauty of the country and the hospitality of the Iranians. The fruit of subtle observation, his images decipher the material of emotions. No need to comment. The artist reinvents Persian miniatures. Going closer, she tries to understand the world. Anodyne details, fabrics, scarves, veils and faces in their naked truth illuminate the work. Between ghostly shadows and dazzling lights, in this unknown Iran, rich in a thousand-year-old culture, Harley Weir delicately captures the poetry of forms.

In the lands of Cyrus and Zarathustra, the photographer was won over by the beauty of the country and the hospitality of the Iranians. The fruit of subtle observation, his images decipher the material of emotions. No need to comment. The artist reinvents Persian miniatures. Going closer, she tries to understand the world. Anodyne details, fabrics, scarves, veils and faces in their naked truth illuminate the work. Between ghostly shadows and dazzling lights, in this unknown Iran, rich in a thousand-year-old culture, Harley Weir delicately captures the poetry of forms.

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

California - Kourtney Roy
California - Kourtney Roy

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°California

California - Kourtney Roy

The "Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye" collection evokes a city, region or country through the eye of a fashion photographer. "Fashion Eye" establishes a dialogue between emerging talents, seasoned photographers and fashion photography legends. This volume offers an offbeat vision of California through the work of the Canadian Kourtney Roy. Partial to self-portraiture and artifice, Roy puts herself in the frame, entering into an off-kilter relationship with her surroundings, one that is infused with fantasy.

The "Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye" collection evokes a city, region or country through the eye of a fashion photographer. "Fashion Eye" establishes a dialogue between emerging talents, seasoned photographers and fashion photography legends. This volume offers an offbeat vision of California through the work of the Canadian Kourtney Roy. Partial to self-portraiture and artifice, Roy puts herself in the frame, entering into an off-kilter relationship with her surroundings, one that is infused with fantasy.

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

32,5x44cm

Weight

850g

Berlin - Lindbergh
Berlin - Lindbergh

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Berlin

Berlin - Lindbergh

 In this new edition, Peter Lindbergh delivers a very personal vision of Berlin and its artists.

- Peter Lindbergh delivers a very personal vision of Berlin and its artists, from the angle of unvarnished beauty, far removed from clichés.

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, an interview with the photographer signed Sylvie Lécallier (publisher of the book) and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

 In this new edition, Peter Lindbergh delivers a very personal vision of Berlin and its artists.

- Peter Lindbergh delivers a very personal vision of Berlin and its artists, from the angle of unvarnished beauty, far removed from clichés.

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, an interview with the photographer signed Sylvie Lécallier (publisher of the book) and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

British Columbia - Sølve Sundsbø
British Columbia - Sølve Sundsbø

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°British Col

British Columbia - Sølve Sundsbø

Photographed by Sølve Sundsbø, British Columbia reveals in a disconcerting immensity the wild beauty of nature. For thirteen seasons now, out of love for skiing, the artist has found this Canadian province on the edge of the Pacific to descend the snowy slopes of the Selkirks. An experience of freedom that allows him to grasp as closely as possible the naked truth of a world in itself. In a series of forty-one images, mountains and moraines, summits and valleys, forests and rivers appear compelling. The photographic writing of British Columbia mythologizes landscapes by sublimating the elements that compose them. Sølve Sundsbø takes another look at these abrupt territories.

Photographed by Sølve Sundsbø, British Columbia reveals in a disconcerting immensity the wild beauty of nature. For thirteen seasons now, out of love for skiing, the artist has found this Canadian province on the edge of the Pacific to descend the snowy slopes of the Selkirks. An experience of freedom that allows him to grasp as closely as possible the naked truth of a world in itself. In a series of forty-one images, mountains and moraines, summits and valleys, forests and rivers appear compelling. The photographic writing of British Columbia mythologizes landscapes by sublimating the elements that compose them. Sølve Sundsbø takes another look at these abrupt territories.

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

Monte Carlo - Helmut Newton
Monte Carlo - Helmut Newton

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo - Helmut Newton

Each "Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye" album presents a city, region or country through the eyes of a fashion photographer. For this new edition, Helmut Newton has long observed the habits and customs of Monaco.
- When Helmut Newton decided to leave Paris in May 1981 to live in Monaco, he observed at length, without concessions or taboos, the habits and customs of the subjects of the Prince.
- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay written by Matthias Harder (chief curator of the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin since 2004) and photo captions
- Between 50 and 100 photographs
- Binding in serigraphed canvas

Each "Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye" album presents a city, region or country through the eyes of a fashion photographer. For this new edition, Helmut Newton has long observed the habits and customs of Monaco.
- When Helmut Newton decided to leave Paris in May 1981 to live in Monaco, he observed at length, without concessions or taboos, the habits and customs of the subjects of the Prince.
- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay written by Matthias Harder (chief curator of the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin since 2004) and photo captions
- Between 50 and 100 photographs
- Binding in serigraphed canvas

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

New York - Saul Leiter
New York - Saul Leiter

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°New York

New York - Saul Leiter

Each "Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye" album presents a city, region or country through the eyes of a fashion photographer. In this new edition, Saul Leiter describes New York with an aesthetic and innovative virtuosity.

- The American Saul Leiter is one of the pioneers of color photography and a master of framing.

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay by Martin Harrison and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

Each "Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye" album presents a city, region or country through the eyes of a fashion photographer. In this new edition, Saul Leiter describes New York with an aesthetic and innovative virtuosity.

- The American Saul Leiter is one of the pioneers of color photography and a master of framing.

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay by Martin Harrison and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

India - Henry Clarke
India - Henry Clarke

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°India

India - Henry Clarke

This volume delivers an exotic vision of India and 1960s fashion through the shots taken by Henry Clarke for American Vogue. Clarke combined the sculptural elegance of early 20th century fashion photography with the exuberant visions adopted by international fashion in the post-war years.
- Henry Clarke (1918-1996) reached his peak as a fashion photographer in the 1950s and 1960s while working for various international editions of Vogue.

- Book edited by Sylvie Lécallier

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

- Printing on coated paper

This volume delivers an exotic vision of India and 1960s fashion through the shots taken by Henry Clarke for American Vogue. Clarke combined the sculptural elegance of early 20th century fashion photography with the exuberant visions adopted by international fashion in the post-war years.
- Henry Clarke (1918-1996) reached his peak as a fashion photographer in the 1950s and 1960s while working for various international editions of Vogue.

- Book edited by Sylvie Lécallier

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

- Printing on coated paper

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

Paris - Jeanloup Sieff
Paris - Jeanloup Sieff

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Paris

Paris - Jeanloup Sieff

This volume provides a portrait of Paris through the classic and timeless photographs of Jeanloup Sieff. His work revolves around black and white images, full of humor and sensuality.

- Jeanloup Sieff (1933-2000): A renowned portrait painter, Sieff has shaken up classic fashion editorials for Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Nova and other publications.

- Book edited by Patrick Rémy

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

- Printed on semi-coated paper

This volume provides a portrait of Paris through the classic and timeless photographs of Jeanloup Sieff. His work revolves around black and white images, full of humor and sensuality.

- Jeanloup Sieff (1933-2000): A renowned portrait painter, Sieff has shaken up classic fashion editorials for Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Nova and other publications.

- Book edited by Patrick Rémy

- Bilingual French / English editions, including a biographical note, a critical essay and photo captions

- Between 50 and 100 photographs

- Binding in serigraphed canvas

- Printed on semi-coated paper

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

Shanghai - Shya
Shanghai - Shya

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°Shanghai

Shanghai - Shya

In this volume, Wing Shya delivers an original vision of Shanghai, where he partly lives. He is the exclusive photographer for Wong-Kar-wai (Happy Together, In the Mood for Love, Eros, 2046). At the crossroads of art, fashion and cinema, Wing Shya develops an aesthetic approach made of sensuality and style.
- Wing Shya (1964-): His aesthetic approach has often attracted the attention of major magazines and brands: from Vogue to Louis Vuitton, from Lacoste to Numéro, etc.
- Book edited by Patrick Rémy
- Bilingual French / English editions, including biographical sketch, critical essay and photo captions
- Between 50 and 100 photographs
- Binding in serigraphed canvas
- Printed on opaque coated paper

In this volume, Wing Shya delivers an original vision of Shanghai, where he partly lives. He is the exclusive photographer for Wong-Kar-wai (Happy Together, In the Mood for Love, Eros, 2046). At the crossroads of art, fashion and cinema, Wing Shya develops an aesthetic approach made of sensuality and style.
- Wing Shya (1964-): His aesthetic approach has often attracted the attention of major magazines and brands: from Vogue to Louis Vuitton, from Lacoste to Numéro, etc.
- Book edited by Patrick Rémy
- Bilingual French / English editions, including biographical sketch, critical essay and photo captions
- Between 50 and 100 photographs
- Binding in serigraphed canvas
- Printed on opaque coated paper

Price

50 €

Origin

France

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

French Riviera - Slim Aarons
French Riviera - Slim Aarons

NEW

Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye N°French Rivi

French Riviera - Slim Aarons

In this latest addition to the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection, the archives of cult American photographer Slim Aarons (1916 - 2006) reveal a joyous, sun-drenched French Riviera. Aarons, who boasted that he only photographed attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places, was naturally drawn to this idyllic corner of France. His images of iconic places, including Cannes, Saint Tropez and Monaco, offer an enticing glimpse into a Riviera of another time. Nicknamed “Slim” because he was tall and lanky, American photographer George Allen Aarons is famous for his carefree images of celebrities, aristocrats, Hollywood stars and captains of industry. A pleasure‑seeker and a gentleman, at a certain point he decided he wanted to enjoy the good life - probably owing to the fact that, as a young photographer, he had enlisted in the US Army and documented the horrors of World War II. In his work, between swimming pools and luxury villas, fashion became an art of living. Inspired by the House's travel heritage, the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection evokes cities, regions or countries through the eyes of fashion photographers, from emerging talents to industry legends. Each title in the series features an extensive selection of large-format photographs, together with biographical information and an interview with the photographer or a critical essay. After Louis Vuitton City Guides and Travel Books, this third collection presents travel photography with a fashion perspective, as the chosen photographers all infuse their images of great cities, faraway places or dream destinations with their unique vision.
Features:
  • 9.3 x 12 inches
  • Fashion Eye French Riviera
  • Photography by Slim Aarons
  • Edited by Patrick Remy
  • Silk-screen printed cloth binding
  • Bilingual French/English editions
  • Including biographical information, an interview with the photographer or a critical essay, and photo captions
  • 50 to 100 photographs
  • 96 pages
  • Bilingual edition in French and English

In this latest addition to the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection, the archives of cult American photographer Slim Aarons (1916 - 2006) reveal a joyous, sun-drenched French Riviera. Aarons, who boasted that he only photographed attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places, was naturally drawn to this idyllic corner of France. His images of iconic places, including Cannes, Saint Tropez and Monaco, offer an enticing glimpse into a Riviera of another time. Nicknamed “Slim” because he was tall and lanky, American photographer George Allen Aarons is famous for his carefree images of celebrities, aristocrats, Hollywood stars and captains of industry. A pleasure‑seeker and a gentleman, at a certain point he decided he wanted to enjoy the good life - probably owing to the fact that, as a young photographer, he had enlisted in the US Army and documented the horrors of World War II. In his work, between swimming pools and luxury villas, fashion became an art of living. Inspired by the House's travel heritage, the Louis Vuitton Fashion Eye collection evokes cities, regions or countries through the eyes of fashion photographers, from emerging talents to industry legends. Each title in the series features an extensive selection of large-format photographs, together with biographical information and an interview with the photographer or a critical essay. After Louis Vuitton City Guides and Travel Books, this third collection presents travel photography with a fashion perspective, as the chosen photographers all infuse their images of great cities, faraway places or dream destinations with their unique vision.
Features:
  • 9.3 x 12 inches
  • Fashion Eye French Riviera
  • Photography by Slim Aarons
  • Edited by Patrick Remy
  • Silk-screen printed cloth binding
  • Bilingual French/English editions
  • Including biographical information, an interview with the photographer or a critical essay, and photo captions
  • 50 to 100 photographs
  • 96 pages
  • Bilingual edition in French and English

Price

50 €

Format

23.5x30.5cm

Weight

850g

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