Mono­gram MUSES

Six fa­mous faces cam­paign Louis Vuit­ton’s lat­est ex­hi­bi­tion ded­i­cated to un­con­ven­tional liv­ing and think­ing. By Natasha Kraal.

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Style -

Cather­ine Deneuve debu­tantes in a glass case, so re­moved from the cre­ative fur­nace that made them. “His­toire de Mes Livres ... These are the sto­ries be­hind her books, her thoughts, her ideas, her emo­tions … Price­less,” pon­ders Westhoff, who holds the rights to his mother’s works. With them came, af­ter her death in 2004, one mil­lion eu­ros of debts, which are be­ing slowly set­tled with projects through her foun­da­tion. “It’s been so dif­fi­cult, but I’m glad to keep her legacy go­ing.”

“I have loved to the point of mad­ness, that which is called mad­ness, that which to me is the only sen­si­ble way to love.” Sa­gan’s quote ap­pears on her por­trait in a lightbox, vis­i­ble only with a pair of 3D glasses, in this con­tem­pla­tive pre­sen­ta­tion. “Love was an end­less con­cept for her,” Westhoff qui­etly re­calls. “As soon as I re­alised I had these feel­ings, they had an in­flu­ence on me.”

Sa­gan, along with Em­press Eugénie, Char­lotte Per­riand, Cather­ine Deneuve, Kate Moss, and Sofia Coppola com­prise the six in­spir­ing, fas­ci­nat­ing, and ut­terly orig­i­nal women of the past and present hon­oured in Louis Vuit­ton’s lat­est ex­hi­bi­tion ‘Time­less

Kate Moss, pho­tographed by David Sims

Sofia Coppola

Françoise Sa­gan Char­lotte Per­riand

Em­press Eugénie

Presenting Char­lotte Per­riand at the ex­hi­bi­tion

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