Louis Vuitton’s latest bag might look familiar to some. Unveiled today, the GO-14 is a revisit of one of Nicolas Ghesquière’s first designs which graced the runway in October 2014 when he made his debut at the storied luxury house.
The GO-14 (Ghesquière October 2014, geddit?) is not just a celebration on the artistic director tenure, but also a nod to the brand’s hallowed history of trunk making and savoir-faire when it comes to covetable leather goods. As such, the designer calls the bag, which looks to the archives, the recent past, and the future, as both a “commencement and a culmination.”
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