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Nicholas Knightly

Creative Director

Louis Vuitton

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Louis Vuitton

Background Information

Employment History

Manager, In-House Design Team

Leather Goods


Head Designer

Margaret Howell


Web References(10 Total References)


www.lovethatbag.ca

Mallet & Co is a new line of handbags designed by Louis Vuitton's creative director, Nicholas Knightly.


howtospendit.ft.com

When renovating his country home in Norfolk, Nicholas Knightly, design director of leather goods at Louis Vuitton, wanted to downplay the 19th-century "makeover" of the house and emphasise its 1780 parts.
This meant putting back 18th-century fireplaces. "They work better with the proportions of the rooms, which was key. Knightly sourced four originals from Jamb, including "a grey Bardiglio-marble design with flat columns at either end for one of the bedrooms; it's slightly austere rather than grand, which I like.


www.vivavocefashion.com [cached]

Nicholas Knightly Louis Vuitton has appointed Nicholas Knightly as Louis Vuitton Leather goods Design Director. Knightly, 35 years old, British, is a graduate of Ravensbourne College of Art and Design.He was previously Head Designer at Margaret Howell and since 2002 Design Director at Mulberry.Knightly will manage the in-house design team for Leather Goods.


news.independent.co.uk [cached]

Her current head designer is Amy Roberts, hired from John Galliano, while Nicholas Knightly, now the chief designer at Louis Vuitton, and Suzanne Deeken, designer at Marc by Marc Jacobs, are both former Ghost designers.


www.cwbiodiesel.com

The Mulberry brand was based within the early nineteen seventies however did not make the transition to coveted luxe standing till 2002 when the company employed former head designer Nicholas Knightly to reinvent the mcm backpack old British label.


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