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.
Discovering each book of the collection, it is patiently leaf through the diaries of photographers, stop on enchantments, understand a place, a country, an atmosphere through the contact sheets and fragmentary visions. Each book initiates a journey, which these videos also offer.
Slim Aarons, French Riviera
Saint-Tropez, Antibes, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Monaco. These cities form a rigodon of coasts where the Riva are bored, where the swimming pools are maneuvering vaporous loves and where men and women are crashing under the monotonous sun of the blue sky. And the luxurious summers of the gentleman Slim Aarons sail from one coast to the other, in a laziness full of seductions.
Osma Harvilahti, Saint-Tropez
In the wake of Slim Aarons, Osma Harvilahti tackles Saint-Tropez without its seasonal glitter. Like a Mediterranean village like the others. It remains an intact shine, that of daily life at the seaside. A peaceful life, sweet, honored by the look of a simple heart.
Sarah Moon, Orient-Express
Of all the trains of travel, the Orient Express holds the dragee high of the adventurous imaginaries. Paris, Simplon, Venice, Istanbul since the slow track and its jolting conducive to intrigues in love. Sarah Moon is unparalleled in this invitation to crime.
Adolphe de Meyer, Japan
At the beginning of the 19th century, Japan opened its borders and became, for the Baron of Meyer, a concrete fascination. His ambulation is that of a gourmand, from gardens to parks, from forests to grandiloquent temples; the stringy coasts prolong the silence of the landscapes. Arches, cherry blossoms, water lilies and bridges come to close an amorous, exhaustive, and almost ethnographic picture of Japan.