The beauty of an open economy is, there is something for everyone and by ‘everyone’, we do mean financial standing. Like, for example, when at the beach, the not so well-to-do can do activities like swimming, surfing and more while the richie rich can do the same, but with a little luxury.
Having soccer and e-sport covered, Louis Vuitton has announced it, too, has made a trophy travel case for the NBA. The announcement was made ahead of the NBA Paris 2020 Game between the Charlotte Hornets and the Milwaukee Bucks which took place on January 24th at the AccorHotels Arena.
Well, what do you know? Riot Games collaboration with Louis Vuitton did not stop at the League of Legends Trophy Case. That was just the icing of the cake. It now has a premium in-game skin and actual luxury fashion items.
Riot Games’ League of Legends Championship is going on the luxe route come this November when its Championship Finals play out in Paris. Louis Vuitton has created a one-of-a-kind Trophy Travel Case to hold the Summoner’s Cup, the champions’ trophy.
Are you a rich person who enjoy luxury goods from say, Louis Vuitton, and also yearning to do some good for the world? Well, now you can with the Louis Vuitton I (RED) Perfumed Candle.
At a glance, it may appear that Parisian fashion house Louis Vuitton is also into selling tiny handbag, but in reality, the miniature LV suitcase you see here is actually a case for Apple AirPods.
Any true Louis Vuitton fan will know what LV is best known for. Yes. It is its trunks. You know that the iconic monogram suitcases had accompany countless folks on their journeys around the world, but do you know, the Parisian fashion house’s trunks are more than just classy receptacle for garments?
Well, neither did I. The Parisian fashion house did, in 2003, released a Windows handheld PC as part of the label’s 25th Anniversary Collection. Obviously, the computer was not made by LV itself; it was made by NEC CustomTechnica, Ltd. The device did however get the look and feel of LV – courtesy of the […]
Remember Royole? The first company to launch a foldable smartphone, FlexPai? And also, remember the futuristic Louis Vuitton Flexible Display Handbags? Well, as it turns out, Royole was responsible for the display on the Parisian fashion house’s high-tech handbags debuted at the Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection 2020 in New York.
Super thin, flexible display on every imaginable surface is inevitable – as many sci-fi TV shows and movies have predicted. The only question is “when?” Well, how about now? Louis Vuitton has recently demonstrated with a couple of prototype handbags that has flexible AMOLED displays built into them. And mind you, the display isn’t of […]