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Emirates team wins Louis Vuitton Cup

Emirates team wins Louis Vuitton Cup

Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle People gathered on a breakwater at the Golden Gate Yacht Club watch… People gathered on a breakwater at the Golden Gate Yacht Club watch as Emirates Team New Zealand passes by following their win against Luna Rossa Challenge in the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle People gathered on a breakwater at the Golden Gate Yacht Club watch… Oracle Team USA gets in practice runs before the start of the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals pitting Emirates Team New Zealand against Luna Rossa Challenge, in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle Oracle Team USA gets in practice runs before the start of the…

Emirates Team New Zealand in action against Luna Rossa Challenge during the seventh race of the Louis Vuitton Cup finals in San Francisco, California on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle

Scroll down for video Model moment: Michelle Williams smoulders in Louis Vuitton’s autumn/winter 2014 campaign, but it took an army of hair-stylists, make-up artists and photography assistants to capture the perfect picture Perfect shot: With wine-colored lips and dark eyebrows, the actress models two of the French fashion house’s latest handbags, the W and the Capucines, while taking direction from famed photographer Peter Lindbergh ‘It’s like falling in love, I fall in love with characters like falling in love in life,’ said Ms Williams during the shoot. ‘I don’t try and mastermind it, I hope to try and stay very present and open to what is moving me in the moment. And generally that tends to be something that’s challenging. If it’s not challenging, then why do it?’ she added. The campaign marks Ms Williams’ first major fashion endorsement, aside from a brief spell as an ambassador for Band of Outsiders for spring/summer 2012. Posing pouts: In a behind the scenes video released by Louis Vuitton, the 32-year-old is seen getting into character for her model moment: pouting, smiling, posing seriously and bursting into giggles Lights, camera: The campaign marks Ms Williams’ first major fashion endorsement, aside from a brief spell as an ambassador for Band of Outsiders for spring/summer 2012 Primp and prime: The Louis Vuitton campaign, certainly a far cry from her days as Jen Lindley on Dawson’s Creek, had some high-fashion help from hairstylist Sam McKnight and make-up artist by Stephane Marais Louis Vuitton’s latest: The actress models the French fashion house’s new fall collection in the campaign The Louis Vuitton campaign, certainly a far cry from her days as Jen Lindley on Dawson’s Creek, had some high-fashion help from hairstylist Sam McKnight and make-up artist by Stephane Marais. Best known for her roles in Brokeback Mountain and My Week With Marilyn, Ms Williams is currently filming Suite Francaise, based on the novel by Irene Nemirovsky, which follows a blossoming romance between a French villager and a German soldier during the early years of the German occupation in France. The actress discussed her role as Marilyn Monroe, revealing just how seriously she takes each character in the lead up to a film.

From girl-next-door to smouldering Louis Vuitton model: Behind the scenes of Michelle Williams’ first fashion campaign

The 27-year-old stepped out in New York on Monday looking pretty in pink in a stunning Sixties inspired print dress. Making the star stand out against the grey colour scheme of the city, the Glee actress was the prefect blend of demure and summer style. Pretty in pink: Dianna Agron stepped out in New York on Monday wearing a Louis Vuitton dress that she was given after an April photo shoot Walking around the East Village with a friend, Dianne looked in as a bright a mood as her dress. The 27-year-old accessorised her look with a pair of cross-hatched sandals, a big black designer bag and a pair of round framed sunglasses. Allowing the frock to be the centre of attention, the actress pulled back her blonde hair into a slicked bun. Bright beauty: Making the star stand out against the grey colour scheme of the city, the Glee actress was the prefect blend of demure and summer style in her Sixties-inspired dress Fun day: The 27-year-old walked around the East Village with her friend, who chatted away non-stop The dress is a souvenir from the star’s trip to Italy earlier this year. In April, the 27-year-old was treated to a once-in-a-lifetime getaway by luxury label Louis Vuitton to go behind the scenes of the style setting fashion house’s range. The seminal brand took Dianna to its Fiesso dArtico factory outside of Venice before styling her in some of its newest looks for Glamour Magazine. First time round: The dress is a souvenir from the star’s trip to Italy earlier this year where Dianna posed for a Louis Vuitton fashion shoot The dress was a clear favourite during the shoot, so it is no surprise she has chosen to rock the printed look again. She said to Glamour: ‘I’m usually low-key, but when LV dressed me, I felt somehow mischievous and fabulous at the same time.

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The only reason were in San Francisco is to take the cup away, as nice of a city as it is, Dalton said. Its really important. We understand why were here. Were focused on getting to this stage and now you kind of take the next step on and Im apprehensive. They [Oracle Team USA] look really good.

Celebrating 30 years of the Louis Vuitton Cup

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Font Page 1 of 1 It was in the early 1980s when the accomplished French sailor Bruno Trouble had the idea of finding a sponsor for the qualifying series of the America’s Cup, sailing’s greatest race. Until then, teams had organized – and paid for – the America’s Cup selection series themselves. “The concept arose from the fact that we challengers were tired of footing the bill for the organization of the qualifying regatta,” Trouble said. “It occurred to me that instead of spending money on the selection process, we should find a partner. That’s how it all started.” Trouble turned to the French-based, internationally acclaimed luxury goods company Louis Vuitton , founded in 1854, just three years after the start of the America’s Cup in 1851. “I had a meeting with the skippers (of the challenging teams), and I called Henry Racamier , the chairman of Louis Vuitton,” Trouble said. “It took a phone call and he said, ‘OK, I’m in.’ ” The first Louis Vuitton Cup, to determine which of the challengers will face the defender of the America’s Cup, was held in 1983. That first race marked a turning point in the history of the America’s Cup, as an Australian team skippered by John Bertrand wrested the Cup from the New York Yacht Club and ended America’s 132-year winning streak. This year represents the 30th anniversary – and eighth regatta – of the Louis Vuitton series. Round-robin qualifying races begin Sunday, and continue until the start of the semifinals on Aug.

She’s a lucky girl! Dianna Agron steps out in the same Louis Vuitton dress from a fashion shoot in Italy after taking the outfit home with her

Did you know a simple Louis Vuitton key and trunk pin can bring over $140! How much are some of the old LV steamer trunks worth you ask? Enough to make it worth emptying out Mildred’s false teeth and old bloomers that they could contain. While it’s not a secret that Louis Vuitton luggage and handbags are red-hot items, there are still many old trunks stored in attics and basements that bear the famous logo. A good find can net you enough for a down payment on a car! For motivation to get you up in that hot attic, check out the slideshow to see what these time travelers are worth! All prices shown are actual, accurate prices realized, not asking prices. A big thanks to http://www.worthpoint.com for use of the pictures and information. Find your hidden wealth at Worthpoint Subscribe to my Examiner articles and learn with us as we explore the odd world of antiques & auctions. Next

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The gala prizegiving was held on the top floor of San Franciscos Fairmont Hotel, overlooking the race course area. This is an emotional moment for us at Louis Vuitton, as we celebrate 30 years of the Louis Vuitton Cup, said Valerie Chapoulaud, the CEO and President of Louis Vuitton Americas. There has now been eight Louis Vuitton Cup winners and the challenger has an impressive record of success over these 30 years. We wish Emirates Team New Zealand all the best as a worthy winner of the Louis Vuitton Cup.

Fiona Apple swore, did a back-bend and stormed out of a Louis Vuitton event performance

After swearing at the crowd at a Louis Vuitton event for speaking during her set, the singer walked out, reports Womens Wear Daily. Apple grew more agitated with the crowd at the event, who would not stop talking, as the night wore on. She tried several times to get the audience to be quiet: she hit a metal ball, swore several times both quietly and loudly, and told them they were rude. Eventually, Apple said, Predictable! Predictable fashion, what the fk? and walked out of the venue. Those were not the only Apple antics last night: The singer also stood on her piano, performed a back-bend on the bench, and hit herself in the head with her microphone. The event, held at the Tokyo Station Hotel, was part of Vuittons Timeless Muses exhibit honouring model Kate Moss, filmmaker Sofia Coppola, architect Charlotte Perriand, French actress Catherine Deneuve, author Francoise Sagan, and 19th century empress consort Eugenie de Montijo. The exhibit will run for three weeks, starting Saturday August 31, and will feature videos and items representative of each muse.

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