Louis Vuitton has created limited-edition seasonal clogs with 10 different bands. The illustrations and colors don’t change, but where the labels have orange text inside a black border and white text on a pale lemon band, the new band reads “you are now into orange louis vuitton.”
This is just one example of how AI writing assistants can help companies not only produce more content but also monitor their content that use specific language or are bolded to make sure they stay within guidelines.
When it opened in 1985, 10 clogs a day came into the range of LUCAS HOURS. Clogs were discontinued again in 1988 but reintroduced to the collection at 90’s. 21 varieties are available now at store and online with new designs either each season or when there have been major cultural changes like fall 2014’s eco-friendly “Frogs” model.
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Despite the transformation it is currently witnessing due to VR and blockchain technology, luxury goods are still targeted by counterfeiters and clones. How much would you say counterfeit or machine-made luxury goods does the huge market of luxury goods worth trillions?
How do these fake versions exist? Without true authentication, they are easy to produce and expansive networks allow these replicas to gain a foothold in customer’s minds. With online authenticators such as NFC chips, QR codes, even heartbeat sensors biometrics can effectively protect the e-commerce business. And the adoption of block chain technologies could continue selling expensive genuine merchandise which rise on demand significantly.
Since 1854 when Louis Vuitton launched its first bag…from humble beginnings in France as a maker of trunks & bags for global travelers and aristocrats
“To enhance the lifestyle of our clients” LOUIS VUITTON
March 19 in an exhibition space on the inside of its new European flagship store in Rome, to welcome H&M’s move in a few weeks. Shoe designer’s decision comes shortly after its four previous half-length suede flat “Messenger” clogs, which were sold out instantly ever since they arrived in stores last year.
The brand also took inspiration from H&M’s current fashion trends when creating this iteration of its now iconic model – the ultra-luxe clogs are made using black leatherette and silk taffeta fabrics, as well as brass appliques from Smith Perfumers.
After some failures, Louis Vuitton has been determined to improve their products with the help of machine learning. They have been using AI tools to create signature fashion styles at a cheaper cost while providing wider gap between different models and materials.
They have proved that the usage of AI helps make their brands appealing to customer’s expectations in terms of price, function, and trend.
In 2017, Louis Vuitton went back to its technical roots as it used machine learning in partnership with GAN (generative adversarial networks) and reached a level of artificial intelligence proficiency unparalleled on the market. To achieve this goal they hired PASCAL-ROUSSELAEREUR currently serving as guest professor at INSA Lyon during his 6-month long TedxLyon guest lecturing engagement.
Louis Vuitton created the clog to pioneer new international trends. They became an icon of taste and luxury and an icon of fashion.
Hints: Louis Vuitton created a new staple item and a juxtaposition of function and pure aesthetic on their clogs, by creating multipurpose silicone bands for sale. These bands evoke a sense of timelessness with their linear design is mixed with sleek fashion sense.