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by • February 10, 2014 • Design, Fashion, NewsComments (2)4918

LV suitcase,1941

By Martina Barberis ©

 

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What: Boîte-en-valise  

Who: Marcel Duchamp

When: 1941

How: let’s ask to Louis Vuitton

Why: 😉

A suitcase containing miniature copies, colour reproductions and a photograph of the artist’s pieces.

This  seems to be one of  the first de luxe edition traveling briefcases made for Peggy Guggenheim by Duchamp and branded by the great and historical LOUIS VUITTON

So a really good pièce which combines fashion, art and design just for mademoiselle Peggy.

Below: Duchamp valise and some pictures of the contemporary brand Louis Vuitton, mixed with Peggy and Marcel life/portraits

 

 

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LOUIS VUITTON LOGO AND ITS CAMPAIGN WITH

MICHELLE WILLIAMS

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PEGGY GUGGENHEIM

Below: some Peggy’s portraits in her house and during  exhibitions…

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MARCEL DUCHAMP

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Below: one of his most famous pieces, “Fountain” and two portraits made by two magic photographer: Irving Penn and Richard Avedon 🙂

 

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2 Responses to LV suitcase,1941

  1. Fred Nerk’s prose is not particularly clear in his posts, but at least one point deserves a little more attention.

  2. Can you tell us more about this? I’d love to find out some additional information.|

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