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The Characteristics and Meaning of Art Collaboration in the Luxury Louis Vuitton Brand -Focusing on Bags Since 2000- (럭셔리 브랜드 루이 비통(Louis Vuitton)의 아트 콜라보레이션 특징과 의미 -2000년 이후 가방을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Hyunjeong;Park, Hyewon
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.24 no.2
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    • pp.100-118
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics and meaning of collaboration with artists who have been with Louis Vuitton, focusing on bags, which are representative products of the luxury Louis Vuitton brand, -The research method was literature research and case studies. The theoretical study was based on previous studies and literature examine the concept and type in collaboration and to examine the trend in fashion and art collaboration. The case study was conducted after 2000 by collecting collaborative works between Louis Vuitton and artists based on their homepage, fashion information, and collection sites. Five artists and six artists(Sam Falls, Urs Fischer, Nicholas Hlobo, Alex Israel, Tschabalala Self and Jonas Wood), including Stephen Sprouse, Richard Prince, Takashi Murakami, Kusama Yayoi, and Jeff Koons, were analyzed for the art collaboration cases and contents that were conducted mainly on bags. This study found the following collaboration characteristics: first, classic image innovation: fun and lightness; second, deviating from the boundaries of fashion bags: the art of life, and third, building high-end luxury brand differentiation: scarcity and the introduction of authorism. It is expected that the basic data will be presented in the study of art collaboration design of fashion bags as well as academic data on the differentiation of luxury brands and the artisticization of products in the future.

Analysis on Magazine Advertisements of Fashion Brands which Replaced Creative Directors - Focused on 'Saint Laurent', 'Louis Vuitton', and 'Gucci' - (크리에이티브 디렉터가 교체된 패션브랜드의 잡지 광고 분석 - '생 로랑', '루이 비통', '구찌'를 중심으로 -)

  • Her, Yu-Sun;Chun, Jae-Hoon
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.19 no.5
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    • pp.547-558
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    • 2017
  • Recently, the replacement of creative directors of fashion brands has gained attention from both researchers and practitioners. This study selected three representative fashion brands whose creative directors were replaced in the last 10 years, and analyzed the changed characteristics of their magazine advertisements. Literature studies and case studies were conducted as research methods. The subjects of the case studies were three fashion brands - 'Saint Laurent', 'Louis Vuitton', and 'Gucci'. Magazine advertisements were divided into two aspects: fashion photo elements and layout. The former can be classified into three components: the presence of a specific situation, the background of photos and objects, and the atmosphere of models. The latter can be classified into two components: the logo style and pictorial color. In terms of fashion photo elements, the presence of a specific situation in magazine advertisements appeared differently, depending on whether creative directors focus on the brand's own identity or on their own concept of each season. Also, the background of photos and objects, and the atmosphere of models changed depending on the situation. In terms of layout, there is no dramatic change in their logo styles, for they want to preserve their long tradition. And the more a creative director pursues younger sensibility, the more black and white color effect are added towards magazine advertisements. This study has its significance in that it confirms the replacement of creative directors has considerable influence on fashion brands' images and their magazine advertisements.