Burberry and Louis Vuitton Interiors: Fail

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Fendi, Burberry and Louis Vuitton all done wrong.

The Gucci Fiat 500 was pretty nice and I would drive one. Accessorize Fashion's C1 was alright, but perfectly appropriate for who it was intended for. Louis Gispert spent several years travelling the country and photographing car's interiors. Well, thanks to his exhaustive work we have been able to come to one conclusion: Burberry and Louis Vuitton interiors can also be summarized in one word: fail. The cars feature Burberry's classic tan plaid design and Louis Vuitton's signature 'LV' logos.

For his part, the backgrounds louis Gispert gave these models looks terrific and the photography is spot-on. It would just be nice if he didn't shoot the actual horrifying interiors that have made their way on to several luxury cars. Fendi also appears in a photo, however there is a reason why these companies haven't pursued this trend of interior design. The car interiors will be featured at louis Gispert's curiously titled 'Decepcion' exhibition next month in NYC. Now excuse me while I douse my eyes with liquid plumber.

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