If you've long loved the catwalk creations of Louis Vuitton then the brand's new book is for you. Releasing this summer, the book, called Louis Vuitton Catwalk, has 632 pages dedicated to the house's past collections under Marc Jacobs and Nicolas Ghesquière

According to WWD, the tome will "include 1,350 photographs of memorable silhouettes and their details, accompanied by texts by writer and fashion curator Louise Rytter." 

The book has been curated to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the brand's women's ready to wear collections — made more incredible by the fact that the house has had only two Artistic Directors in that time with Jacobs in the position from 1998-2013 and Ghesquière taking his place shortly after and remaining in the post today. 

A collector's item for the fashionophile if ever there was one. 

Louis Vuitton Runway will be released in stores this month. 

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