Louis Vuitton and Burberry Car Interiors: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Louis Vuitton and Burberry Car Interiors: Too Much of a Good Thing?

There are some people who are really attached to a brand. If fact, they love it so much, that it has to be displayed on everything they own… including their car’s interior. And to show their apprication for luxury fashion brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry, they’ve had their vehicle’s interior styled like it just stepped off the runway.

These car interiors were shot by photographer Luis Gispert, who for two years, traveled around the U.S. searching for people who dressed up their cars in luxury brands such as Vuitton, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana. His photos will be on display next month as part of an exhibition titled “Luis Gispert: Decepcion.”

From Detroit to Los Angeles, Gispert took photos of the logo-heavy interiors, and even shot the owners, who also wore hand-made clothes or accessories to match their cars. In one of the pictures, called “Burberry BMW” (2011), a car’s interior is adorned with the signature Burberry pattern. There’s also another interior that boasts emerald green throughout, and cartoonish green-on-black text spelling “Louis Vuitton Paris” over and over again (just in case you’d ever forget). On another, the seats and visors are covered in powder blue, along with a mosaic of colorful Fendi logos that coat 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.

[Source: Born Rich]

  • Ray

    This is way past overkill.

  • patricia

    if only i could afford it why not