Seal your love with one of four new wedding bands from Louis Vuitton

Love is in the air at Louis Vuitton, with a new collection of wedding bands, inspired by the classic design codes that have become emblematic of the brand.


Love is most definitely in the air at Louis Vuitton. Hot on the heels of its romantic new Lockit collection of jewels, the maison has launched a new range of wedding bands designed to accompany a couple in their journey through life, in the same way its iconic trunks became the travel companion no seasoned jet-setter could do without.

Inspired by the Louis Vuitton design codes that have become emblematic of the brand since its inception in 1837, each of the four new rings has its own identity, revealed in the sculpted contours of a band or a criss-cross of gold.

The Louis Vuitton Capitonne´e wedding ring recreates the cross studded satin ribbons found inside a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk in white gold and diamonds, while the Epi wedding bands, engraved in gold, reinvent the veins found in the maison's famous leather goods.

Most striking are the Louis Vuitton Monogram Infini wedding rings in white gold, yellow gold or pink gold, encircled by an endless semi-circular motif. The princess-cut diamonds - a contemporary diamond cut shaped liked a pyramid - are angled so that they become an integral part of the ring, mixing texture and sparkle in a refreshingly modern style.

A classic diamond Eternité wedding band completes the collection, designed to nestle beneath one of the petals of the Louis Vuitton Les Ardentes engagement ring. At the heart of the classic Monogram motif is a Louis Vuitton Flower Cut diamond  - a unique cut developed exclusively by the house - the perfect way to combine your devotion to your partner wih your love for Louis Vuitton.

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