Louis Vuitton designer Louis Vuitton has created a style of design that’s both timeless and modern.
“I like to design from a place of comfort and simplicity,” Vuitton said.
“We have the best fabrics, but they are also not too complicated.”
“Our fabrics are simple, so it’s not too much work to make your own,” he added.
The company’s design philosophy is simple: Make something that is fun and simple, but is also timeless.
“A lot of people are going to say, ‘I don’t like a lot of color and they have the same shapes and colours.’
That’s not a good design.
That’s an art that doesn’t always go together,” Vuillard said.
He added that he doesn’t think designers should be constrained by the way they design.
“In general, we don’t want to limit ourselves.
There’s no one rule that should apply to everyone,” Vuiller explained.
For Vuitton, “design should be a fun and creative experience, not just an art.”
Vuitton was born in France, but his parents came to the United States in the 1970s.
After studying at Columbia, he worked for a couple of years at the New York Fashion Institute and then returned to Paris for a year.
In 1987, Vuitton founded his first fashion label, T-shirts, a collection that has sold over 40 million items.
The designer has since expanded his collection, including bags and shoes.
The fashion label is part of the Louvain family, which includes designers Hermès and Gucci, as well as the French luxury home brand, Versace.
The Vuiller family also owns Gucci fashion houses, which are owned by the company’s parent company, Louis Vuif.