This is not a book. This is a Louis Vuitton-ictionary with all things relevant in art, fashion and architecture.
The world according to Louis Vuitton is presented to you by Camille Sherrer with audio by Darko Fitzgerald. And if you think this project is lovely and heartmelting, just take a look at Camille’s graduation work: The Magic Book, right after the jump! So, Marc, when will we honored with an artsy preview of a Louis Vuitton Universal Dictionary? After all, who needs culture when you’ve got logos? (oh, and is there a stylish logic to this book’s title? Something that justifies placing architecture after fashion?) (via)
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Interesting. I love books. I would have to see this in person to see if it is truly worth it in terms of the knowledge base it offers.
Oh and they HAD TO put fashion before architecture. To make it seem more relevant.
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