Louis Vuitton has launched its newest ecommerce websites in Australasia, allowing avid shoppers to buy online and have the designer goods delivered straight to their doors.
In a company first, the new service will feature products directly through its online stores in Singapore, Malaysia and New Zealand and not through a third-party e-retailer.
Latest releases and current collections including ready-to-wear for men and women, leather goods, shoes, accessories, watches, jewellery, luggage and fragrance can all be ordered online whenever your shopping impulse desires.
And don’t worry about having to wait weeks for your precious delivery. The French Maison is offering complimentary timely shipping, meaning your parcel will arrive as early as the same day, or you can choose to click and collect the item instore.
While the notion is the same, online shoppers won’t be greeting an ordinary delivery person at their door. Instead, Louis Vuitton’s White Glove Service means your newest designer piece will arrive in the hands of a suited courier, CNA Luxury reported.
To make the launch extra special, the 165-year-old company has released the Neo Alma bag, which is exclusive to the ecommerce store. The iconic bag has been around for about 90 years and has become one of the Maison’s most recognisable bags.
The timeless classic is just one of many exclusives that fashion aficionados can expect from the online store. Limited colours of popular leather goods, hot-stamping and engraving services are all unique to the web boutique.
And it’s not an avenue that’s entirely new for Louis Vuitton. The luxury goods powerhouse launched its first ecommerce site in France in 2005 and has since expanded to 25 countries including Germany, Italy, Brazil, the US, China, Korea, Australia, Ireland and Monaco.
Just when it appears the future of retail is online, the high-end fashion company unveiled its newest store in the heart of London on New Bond Street.
The eye-catching boutique boasts a sweeping double helix-shaped staircase crafted in cerused oak, sculptures, vibrant hues and nine pieces of captivating art by the likes of Josh Sperling and Donald Moffett.