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Louis Vuitton x Carlos Alcaraz New Malle Vestiaire

Last August, tennis star Carlos Alcaraz appeared in his first campaign for Louis Vuitton as one of the house’s newest ambassadors. In it, Alcaraz was seen donning tailored eveningwear looks from Pharrell Williams’ first collection – with a range of tennis poses of course. In continuing their relationship, Louis Vuitton has united with the house ambassador for a new Malle Vestiaire.

In celebration of his tennis wins, which include the 2022 US Open and 2023 Wimbledon, alongside his growing career, Louis Vuitton and Carlos Alcaraz have crafted a personalized bespoke trunk to hold some of the player’s equipment. Staying true to its luggage roots, the new piece is crafted from wood and LV’s signature classic Monogram canvas. The quilted microfiber interior and drawers with leather handles aptly holds Alaraz’s racket, eye-catching trophies, clothes and even a custom Speedy bag. Finishing off the trunk is a hang-painted logo inspired by the Spanish tennis player’s career.

“Working on this Malle Vestiaire with Louis Vuitton’s artisans has been a great experience and a privilege,” says Carlos Alcaraz. “The finished trunk is filled with amazing memories for me, particularly those of winning my two Grand Slams, as well as some of my favorite Louis Vuitton products that I enjoy using, like my Speedy bag and my custom LV x Nike AF1s. I am really proud of what we’ve been able to create together with this collaboration.”

The new Malle Vestiaire is available now in classic Monogram canvas with a beige interior. As each trunk is made to order, clients are given personalization options. Take a closer look in the gallery above.

Antonio Josse

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