Designer Louis Vuitton calls Trump & # 39; Joke & # 39; after the President summoned Ribbon to the Texas LVMH Conference


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Subject: Nicolas Ghesquiere, Louis Vuitton's creative director, described Donald Trump as "a joke", just days after the US president visited the Texas-based clothing company.

  • French clothing designer Ghesquiere, creative director of Vuitton's women's collection, posted a photo of Evelyn Thomas & # 39; s hit "High Energy" along with the caption: "Preventing any political action." . I am the designer who refuses this organization #trumpisajoke #homophobia. "
  • It comes after Trump visited the company's leather workshop in Johnson County, Texas, on Thursday. The site is part of LVMH's commitment to create 1,000 jobs in the state as part of Trump's commitment to the United States Workers Initiative, Clothing Trade have been reported.
  • Louis Vuitton and its parent company LVMH did not respond to Ghesquiere's comments. LVMH billionaire Bernard Arnault stopped calling Trump a friend at the factory opening but acknowledged that the couple had known each other since the 1980s, WWD have been reported.

Original key: Donald Trump joins Arnault to tie the knot at Louis Vuitton's new skincare workshop in Alvarado, Texas, on Thursday, but you may not know that from either Louis Vuitton or LVMH & # 39; s Instagram. Companies seem to be upset about their visit to their Instagram page, though LVMH posted a photo posted by Trump. On Twitter. The timing of Trump's visit came as political storms around Ukraine and the investigation of the accused reached a hefty level. Arnault said for Trump's arrival: "I am not here to rule out these types of policies. I have no political role. ”

What to look out for: Whether LVMH will respond to Ghesquiere, and if French luxury home customers share his views with the president. The GrabYourWallet advocacy group, which advocates for the removal of clients from companies linked to Trump, says called shoppers are adopting LVMH names. Other brands like Equinox gyms and SoulCycle have already faced embarrassment from its owners in connection with Trump.

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Subject: Nicolas Ghesquiere, Louis Vuitton's creative director, described Donald Trump as "a joke", just days after the US president visited the Texas-based clothing company.

  • French clothing designer Ghesquiere, creative director of Vuitton's women's collection, posted a photo of Evelyn Thomas & # 39; s hit "High Energy" along with the caption: "Preventing any political action." . I am the designer who refuses this organization #trumpisajoke #homophobia. "
  • It comes after Trump visited the company's leather workshop in Johnson County, Texas, on Thursday. The site is part of LVMH's commitment to create 1,000 jobs in the state as part of Trump's commitment to the United States Workers Initiative, Clothing Trade have been reported.
  • Louis Vuitton and its parent company LVMH did not respond to Ghesquiere's comments. LVMH billionaire Bernard Arnault stopped calling Trump a friend at the factory opening but admitted the pair had known each other since the 1980s. WWD have been reported.

Original key: Donald Trump joins Arnault to unplug the Louis Vuitton new skincare workshop in Alvarado, Texas, on Thursday, but you may not know that from one of Louis Vuitton or LVMH & # 39; s Instagram. Companies seem to be upset about their visit to their Instagram page, though LVMH posted a photo posted by Trump. On Twitter. The timing of Trump's visit came as political storms around Ukraine and the investigations of the accused reached a hefty level. Arnault commented on Trump's arrival: "I'm not here to rule out his policies. I have no political role. ”

What to look out for: Whether LVMH will respond to Ghesquiere, and if French luxury home customers share his views with the president. The GrabYourWallet advocacy group, which looms for corporate clients in connection with Trump, has called on shoppers to cheat on LVMH labels. Other brands like Equinox gyms and SoulCycle have already faced embarrassment from its owners in connection with Trump.