• “Larger Than Life” // Vincent Bousserez for Louis Vuitton.


    Posted on 19th June, by Dana Tomić Hughes in photography, set design + styling. 3 Comments


    “A fantasy daily life where golf players enjoy a night session on a monogram course or a couple who walk down a quite unexpected aisle.”

     

    Wowee! Louis Vuitton strikes again (see my previous post here). I absolutely love their latest campaigns lensed by Paris-based photographer Vincent Bousserez, who cunningly played with scale and used tiny people in order to emphasise the detail and the craftsmanship of the luxury brand’s products. These images are about celebrating the tiniest details like  textured leathers, zippers, buckles, clasps, embellishments and stitching. Super imaginative and seriously fun.


    [Images via Louis Vuitton New, Now Online Magazine via Louis Vuitton Facebook.]





  • 3 Responses to ““Larger Than Life” // Vincent Bousserez for Louis Vuitton.”

    1. Vanessa says:

      What a genius campaign – Love it

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