Brand Touchpoints by Louis Vuitton - one of the world's most valuable luxury brands
Louis Vuitton is one of the world’s most valuable luxury brands. It is remarkable that Louis Vuittton still manages to relate to its early beginnings as a brand. This proves that tradition and innovation not only work side by side, but this combination creates great brands. We selected the most impressive brand touchpoints to give an impression.
Louis Vuitton‘s “Core Value” Campaign from 2007 to 2012 presents the journey of travelling. The suitcases demonstrate the most famous and traditional pattern: The Monogram Canvas, which means brassy colored letters (L&V) laying on top of each other combined with four-leaved flowers on a dark brown background.
The Louis Vuitton company is known for its iconic campaigns featuring famous models, musicians and actors, such as Angelina Jolie, Michail Gorbatschow, Sean Connery, David Bowie and many more.
Louis Vuitton Store in Singapore as the first Maison in Southeast Asia officially opened its doors in September 2011. This store is not just one of merely 12 Louis Vuitton Maisons in the world but also their only store on water.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation was inaugurated on 24 October 2014, the result of nearly 25 years of commitment to arts, culture and heritage. The mission is to serve the public by giving free access to art, which means national and international art and exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.
Louis Vuitton’s traveling exhibition “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” (Fly, Sail, Travel) started in October 2017 and retraces the adventure of the House of Louis Vuitton from 1854 to the present day. It occupies 15 rooms, each dedicated to a chapter in Louis Vuitton’s history. This world tour extends over Paris to New York to Tokyo and Seoul.
The rooms are all lavishly decorated. During the exhibition you will be accompanied by paintings and music.
1. Luggage | Photo by Anne R | Pexels
2. Campaign | Photo by StockSnap | Pixabay
3. Store | Photo by JohnsonGoh | Pixabay
4. Foundation | Photo by herfrenchness | Unsplash
5. Exhibition | Photo by Christoph Hack (Brandification)
6. Exhibition | Photo by Christoph Hack (Brandification)