Louis Vuitton presented the fifth Deep Time jewelry collection. It’s an epic journey through time, told through gems. The line was designed by Francesca Amphitheateroff, artistic director of the watch and jewelry department.
In honor of the launch, the brand invited guests to sit on the stage of one of the oldest open-air theaters in the world, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. As part of the performance, renowned choreographer Dimitris Papaioannou exchanged spectator and performer, while composer Renaud Capuçon created the score to convey the vision for the new collection.
The jewelry combines the original design and fine craftsmanship of Louis Vuitton with the origins of geology and geological heritage behind jewelry and gemstones. It is the fashion house’s largest jewelry collection to date, with more than 170 unique pieces.
Previously, BTS’s J-Hope starred in an ad campaign for Louis Vuitton. The singer presented the iconic Keepall bag. Read more here.