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Louis Vuitton Unveils Its New iPad Application

Louis Vuitton Unveils Its New iPad Application

Louis Vuitton Unveils Its New iPad Application

Fashion enthusiasts, brace yourselves, you’re in for a treat. Louis Vuitton has officially launched its iPad application that showcases the historical journey of their 100 legendary trunks in visually exhilarating graphics and videos. The application is adapted from the book Louis Vuitton: 100 Legendary Trunks, which translates unseen footage of the adventures of their owners like explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, illusionist Harry Houdini, designer Paul Poiret, Elizabeth of England and renowned actress Sharon Stone.

Get a glimpse behind one of the world’s most prestigious fashion houses, with exclusive images and videos of 100 individual trunks, more than 1000 illustrations, unpublished documents, sound clips and 360-degree views of ten limited edition trunks. The application can be shared via social media sites like Facebook or Twitter and is also available in four languages (French, English, Mandarin and Japanese).

Available for purchase exclusively on the Apple App Store for  €14.99, saddle up and embark on your journey with Louis Vuitton today.

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