Gloria Vanderbilt & Gertrude Vanderbilt

1945 - Gloria Vanderbilt and her aunt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney - fondly known in New York society as Glo and Gert - sitting on top of a Louis Vuitton trunk after returning from a cruise Photo By Getty Images

circa 1945:  American heiress Gloria Vanderbilt (1904 – 1965) and her aunt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1874 – 1942), sit on top of a Louis Vuitton trunk after returning from a cruise.  (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

1945 – Gloria Vanderbilt and her aunt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney – fondly known in New York society as Glo and Gert – sitting on top of a Louis Vuitton trunk after returning from a cruise

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1900 – Georges Vuitton

1900 - Georges Vuitton with his wife Josephine Patrelle and their children Gaston-Louis, and twins Pierre and Jean Photo By Getty Images

Georges Vuitton (1857-1836) fils du malletier Louis Vuitton et createur du monogramme LV, avec sa femme Josephine Patrelle et leurs enfants : Gaston-Louis (1883-1970) et les freres jumeaux Pierre et Jean c. 1900   — Georges Vuitton (1857-1836) son of Louis Vuitton, with his wife Josephine Patrelle and their children Gaston-Louis (1883-1970) ans twins Pierre and Jean c. 1900

1900 – Georges Vuitton with his wife Josephine Patrelle and their children Gaston-Louis, and twins Pierre and Jean

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Simone D’Aillencourt – Vogue 1957

MANTEAU. FOURRURE.CHAPEAU

Maison Louis Vuitton. Manteau et chapeau. Manteau brun en vison Pastel Saga de Canada Furs. Chapeau blanc à voilette à pois noirs de Gilbert Orcel. Gants de pécari lavable de G. France. Bagages Vuitton. Paris, automne-hiver 1957. Mannequin : Simone d’Aillencourt.Publiée dans Vogue France, Décembre-Janvier 1957-1958,Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.

Simone D’Aillencourt

Photo Henry Clarke