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One of our brightest sports stars has partnered with one of the world’s most popular apparel brands. Naomi Osaka is now the new face of Louis Vuitton.

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Naomi Osaka For Louis Vuitton

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As spotted on Vogue the tennis star has signed on to be a brand ambassador for the French luxury house. On Monday, January 11 she made the announcement on social media via her official Instagram. “Wow this is actually crazy. Honored to be @louisvuitton newest House Ambassador.” she revealed. “Funny story : I first bought my mom a LV bag when I was 16 as a birthday present and it’s kinda been a tradition since. Do I call this a full circle moment? Yes 🥰”.

She will be the star of their spring 2021 campaign which was curated by Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière. The shots feature the three time Grand Slam champion wearing a kaleidoscopic minidress paired with a mini pochette bag in their signature monogram canvas print. “Naomi is an exceptional woman who represents her generation and is also a role model for everyone. Her career and convictions are inspiring. I am in awe of Naomi, she stays true to herself and doesn’t compromise on her values.”

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“Aside from tennis, my most treasured passion is fashion, and there is no brand more iconic than Louis Vuitton,” says Osaka. “It is such an honor to work with Nicolas—he’s a designer I admire so much and we share a mutual love of Japanese culture and style. To become a global brand ambassador is truly a dream come true for me.”

You can see more from Louis Vuitton spring 2021 collection here.

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