As most brands tout to be lifestyle they capture the scent but not the essence. The makings of the Louis Vuitton brand was founded over 150 years ago by Louis Vuitton in 1854. As we're used to seeing Marc Jacobs work his imagination, more recently Nicolas Ghesquière on the red carpet dressing Taylor Swift and Emma Stone, the brand has instilled the principles of function and mobility in each designer that has come to create Louis Vuitton. The curated wear from luggage, trunks, clothing, beds needed for a life bred for travel with a stress on yachting and art blurs the lines of eras from the roaring 20s to modern day where almost anything is game to be played. The simplistic tradition woven into the brand gives it the stamp to last into the next 150 years.
"A society free from human trafficking is possible and we must realise that it is our responsibility to make this world a better place for all mankind. By simply stating our desire, we sow the seeds of great change." Prabal Gurung
Equality Now and Maiti Nepal are organizations that work together towards abolishing human trafficking and promoting the international human rights of women.