The Story of Louis Vuitton Weekend, FashionTV Special

One of the most famous fashion brand’s in the world, Louis Vuitton, is coming to your screens this weekend. Tune in to FashionTV 17-19 April, and join us on a fashion journey through the most iconic trends, stories, and shows of the French fashion house.

We’ve been there when Marc Jacobs was creative director, we’ve been there for Nicolas Ghesquière’s first ever collection, we’ve been there for the celebrities best red carpet looks and of course, all the ready-to-wear and menswear shows, bringing you exclusive interviews with the designers, beauty teams and lucky models that walk the runways. In short, FashionTV has been there for all the Louis Vuitton moments.

This weekend, all weekend, FashionTV has carefully selected some of the best LV moments, for your exclusive viewing. So get your “Louis Vuitton don” on and enter a world of elegance, innovation and inspiration. Here is a taste of our special programming…

Nicolas Ghesquière designer inspiration interview

Injecting new ideas to to Fall/Winter 2014-15 with his first collection as Artistic Director at Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière reveals his designer inspiration. “I approached Louis Vuitton like a wardrobe. I think it should be really something effortless. Some clothes that are really easy to grab and wear, and when I started to work on the collection, I didn’t want it to make a strong statement or anything like that . . . I wanted to get really close to how people dress today.”

Michelle Williams for Louis Vuitton

Chosen as the fresh faced beauty of the Louis Vuitton Lockit bag, Hollywood actress Michelle Williams reveals her true delicateness in the 2014 advertising campaign… “It’s like falling in love.”

Marc Jacobs last show after 10 years reigning the brand

Bidding farewell to Louis Vuitton with an all-black Spring/Summer 2014 collection, and a stage that brought back key pieces from his most memorable shows — the escalators from the Buren-inspired SS13 collection, the old fashioned caged hotel elevators, the carousel, the fountain — Marc Jacobs left with a spectacular grand finale!