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Asides crushing heavily on Lewis Hamilton, the British formula one race driver, I know next to nothing about racing and competitions as I do consider them sufficiently dangerous to not get involved in. But race has been brought close to familiar grounds now with the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2017 Race bag collection that were just recently released.
Louis Vuitton took inspiration from racing signature aesthetics -the checkered flag dovetails, the bright colours, and infused them on the bag with larger than usual Louis Vuitton logo and the brand’s signature Damier check. The overall effect is loud, fashion forward, eccentric and commensurate with racing tracks and cars.
Creative director of the brand, Nicolas Ghesquiere, experimented with bold color palettes and monograms and while at first glance, it all looks a bit too much and distracting but closer inspection gives it a somewhat quirky vibe we are sure would be appreciated by a lot of street style stars and celebrities.
Paired with monochrome outfits of white, black and nude hues, this bags would give your style the added vibe to keep you stylish and trendy!
Louis Vuitton race bags latest you may have seen it on the fashion show that has gone on. The motif is very interesting with a mix of colors that will make you appear more maximum. Louis Vuitton race bags ranging from alma, alma BB, neverfull, speedy, to petite malle clutch. It also presents the collections of Louis Vuitton Race Bandouliere. Really a collection of Louis Vuitton race bags are pretty awesome isn’t it?
Louis Vuitton recently presented their Cruise 2017 Collection at the Niterói Museum of Contemporary Arts in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The sporty collection pays homage to the city’s culture which presents vibrant colors, football and Grand Prix prints with a touch of Parisian flair. The star of the show is the Boombox Bag which is made of the Petite Malle bags which can even play music through Bluetooth. The iconic Speedy Bag features racing prints with Vuitton logo emblazoned on it and comes with a combination of the House classic materials such as the Damier, Epi and Monogram Canvas. The City Steamer gets an edgy update with a variety of pockets and rivets. Louis Vuitton introduces the Football print seen on the Steamer and Twist bags.
I've never been a NASCAR fan (or even seen a NASCAR race, for that matter), but I've always thought the league's team jackets, full of advertising patches and competing colors and lots of miscellaneous stuff, were kind of cool. They're sporty and exuberant, with little consideration for aesthetic gentility or traditional design norms. For Cruise 2017, Louis Vuitton took a page out of that playbook with the bold, bright Louis Vuitton Race Bags.
Racing's traditional checkered flag dovetails nicely with Louis Vuitton's signature signature Damier check, which gives the brand common aesthetic ground with motorsports that you wouldn't otherwise expect. From there, creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere experiments with color combinations and angles, capping things off with colorful monogram trim. It's a lot of look, as Tim Gunn would say, but, oddly enough, most of it works. That's especially true of the blue-based bags, which are more aesthetically pleasant than their orange counterparts.
I'm a little surprised to say it, but I kind of love the Louis Vuitton Race Bags? The blue Speedy, Neverfull and Alma BB Bags are pieces I could see myself incorporating into my mostly black wardrobe and enjoying a lot because they're so aggressively different than everything else out there right now. I have a feeling not all of you will agree, though, so feel free to roast me for it in the comments.