Car Interiors by Louis Vuitton and Burberry: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Some people have a strong emotional attachment to a brand.
They adore it so much that it must be exhibited on everything they own, including the interior of their vehicle.
They’ve also had their vehicle’s inside designed to look like it just stepped off the runway to express their appreciation for high fashion companies like Louis Vuitton and Burberry.
Photographer Luis Gispert spent two years traveling around the United States looking for people who decked up their cars in luxury brands like Vuitton, Gucci, and Dolce & Gabbana.
His photographs will be on display next month as part of the “Luis Gispert: Deception” exhibition.
Gispert photographed the logo-heavy interiors from Detroit to Los Angeles, as well as the owners, who wore hand-made clothing or accessories to match their cars.
The interior of an automobile is decked with the trademark Burberry pattern in one of the photographs, titled “Burberry BMW” (2011).
Burberry Car Interior
Another interior feature is emerald green everywhere, as well as cartoonish green-on-black writing spelling out “Louis Vuitton Paris” over and again (just in case you forgot).
Louis Vuitton Car Interior
On another, powder blue covers the seats and visors, as well as a mosaic of brilliant Fendi trademarks that cover the ceiling.
If you want to have these photographs hanging in your home, you can purchase a set of six for $25,000.
For that price, it may just be cheaper to take a few old handbags and reupholster your own car seats.