Models present creations by French designer Nicolas Ghesquiere for fashion house Louis Vuitton during their fashion show in Monaco, May 17, 2014. (REUTERS/Jean-Pierre Amet)
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Louis Vuitton flexed its royal muscles over the weekend, decamping from Paris to Monaco for a colorful, '60s-infused "resort" collection that trumpeted the age-old case maker's links with the ruling Grimaldi family.Those who did were probably pleased: The new Louis Vuitton designer Nicolas Ghesquiere's second showing for the house was, mostly, a success.Beyond the fashion, Louis Vuitton – the world's most lucrative design house – was also flexing its muscles here in the fiefdom of the Monegasque royalty.The house noted to guests that it was in 1904 when Louis Vuitton first served Monaco's royal family, creating travel cases in crocodile skin.
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