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Louis Vuitton Bridges Luxury And Sports At The 2024 Paris Olympics

Discover Louis Vuitton's bespoke trunks for the Olympics and the athletes who recently joined as House Ambassadors.

The Olympics is coming to Paris and Louis Vuitton is carrying the most precious cargo. The French luxury brand unveiled two bespoke Medals Trunks and two bespoke Torches Trunks for the 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympic Games

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The bespoke Louis Vuitton 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympic Games Torch Trunk

As part of LVMH’s Premium Partnership with the biggest sporting event of the year, Louis Vuitton’s bespoke trunks highlight the House’s legendary heritage as a trunk maker. The trunks were expertly crafted in the Asnières atelier where it’s made with the highest level of savoir-faire.


For more than 35 years, Louis Vuitton has created trunks for many of the world’s greatest sporting events including the Fifa World Cup, the F1 Grand Prix de Monaco, the NBA, among many others. It’s only fitting to have the most coveted objects protected and stored in a Louis Vuitton trunk. 

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The bespoke Louis Vuitton 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympic Games Medals Trunk

As anticipation builds in the French capital, Louis Vuitton further celebrates the coming together of luxury and sport with the announcement of its newest House ambassadors. The brand enlists Léon Marchand (Swimmer), Enzo Lefort (Fencer), Antoine Dupont (Rugby player) and Timothée Adolphe (Paralympic Sprinter) to join the House’s esteemed line-up of tastemakers. 

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Louis Vuitton House ambassadors (L-R): Léon Marchand (Swimmer), Enzo Lefort (Fencer), Antoine Dupont (Rugby player) and Timothée Adolphe (Paralympic Sprinter)

There’s so much in-store as we gear up for the 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympic Games. The opening ceremony will take place on the Seine on July 26 where 300,000 spectators are expected. 


Stay tuned on Metro.Style for more news about the Paris Olympics.  


Photo Courtesy of Louis Vuitton