The coffee table book 'Louis Vuitton: The Birth of Modern Luxury' tells the story of designer Louis Vuitton and how he created his legendary suitcases.
The Louis Vuitton book by Paul-Gérard Pasols, Louis Vuitton's former director of communications and a longtime consultant for the company, chronicles the rise of the luxury brand in the hefty 559-page coffee-table book.
To create the Louis Vuitton book, Pasols had full access to the luxury conglomerate's archives. In the coffee table book, the passion for beautiful design splashes from the pages with a stunning array of ready-to-wear clothing, shoes, jewelry, cutting-edge advertising and even automobiles. Louis Vuitton's success is described through the lives of its first three founders; Louis (who invented the modern suitcase), his son Georges, and his grandson Gaston.
This revised edition includes 20 additional pages of new text and photographs on the brand's recent history.
Title: Louis Vuitton: Birth Of Modern Luxury
Author: Paul-Gérard Pasols
Size: 241 x 315 x 58 mm
Size: 559 pages
Weight: 3666 grams