The Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2015 campaign puts opulent architecture on display. Towering structures and sprawling city views were captured by photographer Peter Lindbergh who took images of model Rhys Pickering among cloudy skies and dark lighting.
Presented via this display of opulent buildings and bridges are cream turtle necks, tied trench coats and athletic bomber jackets. Given the assortment of styles present, this Louis Vuitton collection is evidently quite multifaceted, optimal for today's male shopper.
A solitary mood abounds these Lindbergh pictures. Given the strong appeal of the line, only Pickering was needed to showcase this series, doing away with teams of models that are often used to publicize the launch of akin couture collections.
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