Meet Louis Vuitton’s Latest ‘It’ Girls Including Annabelle Dexter Jones and Olympia Le Tan: EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS

08 May 2012 by

Annabelle Dexter Jones

In this week’s issue of Grazia luxury brand Louis Vuitton exclusively reveal their glamorous spring/summer’12 sunglasses range by showing them on a new generation of ‘It’ girls and boys. It's a veritable who’s who of the hippest people on planet earth right now, and if you like to stay in the know  you should consider that an extra good reason to hotfoot it to your local newsagents – TODAY!


Instead of the standard campaign plan – to pick up a regular model or A-lister – the new selection of leather trimmed saucers, sporty-bright oversized shades and retro round frames has been modelled by a selection of forward-thinking trail-blazing figures in art, music, fashion and beauty experts.


Cassoe Coane

To celebrate such a coming together of fresh global talent, LV took a cheeky approach and set up a faux talent casting - Andy Warhol stylee. Each chosen one has been interviewed about their talent and chosen sunglasses by DJ and party girl Cleo Le-Tan. You can see the pics in the mag and check out all of the videos here!


Emily Weiss

Maluca is the next musical talent on the horizon, Cassie Coane, Venus X and Cleo Le Tan are all DJs in demand, Emily Weiss is the ultimate beauty guru, Annabelle Dexter is a multitasking designer, artist and muse, Mary Charteris is the new big Brit model on the block, Langley Hemingway is an illustrator going places and Olympia Le-Tan (Cleo's older sister) is the accessories designer of the moment.


Olympia Le Tan

Many of these girls have a pretty impressive heritage, too - Charteris is the niece of Daphne Guinness, Langley is of the Ernest Hemingway line and Annabelle’s father is Mick Jones from The Clash. Watch these casting videos of the girls and consider yourselves satisfactorily educated in 2012 coolness!


Langley Fox Hemingway





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