Synonymous with the art of traveling since 1854, Louis Vuitton continues to add titles to its Fashion Eye collection. Each book evokes a city, a region or a country, seen through the eyes of a fashion photographer. This fall, Louis Vuitton Editions publish two new jewels. The first of them, Japan, of the baron and man of worldliness Adolphe de Meyer, opens an unrecognized chapter of his photographic work. Discovered during a trip with his wife Olga Caracciolo, this series shapes a romantic representation of Japan: a fantasy country, perpetuated in its landscapes, traditions and bucolic scenes. The photographs of...
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