The Rugby World Cup Final 2023 in France witnessed a spectacular unveiling. Celebrated British actress Sophie Turner and legendary Dan Carter, showcased the coveted Webb Ellis Trophy, nestled in its opulent Louis Vuitton Trophy Trunk.
A Craftsmanship Masterpiece
Fashioned with unparalleled precision, this trophy trunk is an emblem of Louis Vuitton’s esteemed legacy. Skilled artisans from the brand’s historic Asnières ateliers have conjured this piece not merely as a transportation vessel but as a protective haven for the revered Webb Ellis Cup during its prestigious international tour.
Celebrities in Spotlight
Turner and Carter were undeniably the embodiment of grace and sophistication, proudly wearing Louis Vuitton ensembles. Carter’s dapper look comprised a single-breasted black wool suit, elegantly paired with a black polo shirt, loafers, and the dazzling new 18k rose gold Tambour watch.
Turner, equally resplendent, wore a straight top paired with a mini skirt. Black leather Donna high boots, the alluring LV Eclipse Pearls necklace, earrings, and an LV Symphony ring enriched her ensemble from Louis Vuitton High Jewlery. Both personalities shined with the new steel and 18k rose gold Tambour watch.
Legacy in a Trunk
“Victory travels in Louis Vuitton” was not just a phrase but a sentiment echoed across the event. For the second consecutive time, Louis Vuitton had the honor of crafting the official Trophy Trunk for the Rugby World Cup France 2023. Born from imagination and molded by expert hands in Asnières, this Monogram canvas trunk stands as a beacon of luxury and tradition. From the dual V insignia to the intricacies of the Roman numerals XV, every detail on this trunk exudes perfection.
The trunk’s interior boasts the brand’s signature leather in a radiant Pantone blue shade, harmonizing with the painted V. A distinguished Rugby World Cup 2023 logo patch resides inside, adding to the trunk’s magnificence.
A Tribute to Rugby’s Bicentenary
The trunk’s rear is graced with a meticulous painting, crafted in the revered Louis Vuitton workshops in Asnières. This artistic marvel salutes the bicentenary of Rugby, marrying history, sport, and luxury in a harmonious ensemble.