Baby, you can drive my car

Louis Vuit­ton cel­e­brates the 10th an­niver­sary of its iconic driv­ing shoe

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Louis Vuit­ton cel­e­brates the 10th an­niver­sary of its iconic driv­ing shoe

Few other brands know more about a man’s travel needs than Louis Vuit­ton. The stack­able trunks cre­ated in 1858 rev­o­lu­tionised long voy­ages and set the stage for the world’s best­known lux­ury lug­gage brand in his­tory. Louis Vuit­ton’s driv­ing shoes—those soft loafers with the rub­ber-nubbed soles—also go hand in hand with re­laxed travel style. They’re com­fort­able as hell, and the tubu­lar con­struc­tion and peb­bled bot­toms mean they’re also su­per-flex­i­ble and easy to pack.

Cel­e­brat­ing this year’s 10th an­niver­sary of the driv­ing shoe, the brand is re­leas­ing it in a se­lec­tion of sea­sonal colours, in­clud­ing fram­boise, ar­doise and out­remer, as well as var­i­ous leathers—all with the sig­na­ture LV ini­tials.

• Seen on: Pierre Casir­aghi and Lil Za.

• Summed up as: Tra­di­tional but oh-so mod­ern.

• Es­sen­tial buy: The ex­otic Caiman ver­sion.

• Best worn with: Open shirt and slim-legged trousers or jeans.

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