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Louis Vuitton Launches First Ever Mother’s Day e-card

Louis Vuitton Launches First Ever Mother’s Day e-card

For many of us that are lucky enough to have a mom or mother figure in our lives to celebrate Mother’s day this year, it might look just a bit different due to the current global climate.  With many parts of the country and world under lockdown or shelter-in-place orders, whether your mom is 5 miles or 5,000 miles away, you can still send her a thoughtful luxury gift at no cost thanks to Louis Vuitton. The LVMH brand launched their first-ever Louis Vuitton Mother’s Day e-card to show that #WELVMOMS, complimentary and fully customizable available through aninteractive card-making experience on their website.

 

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Through an interactive card-making experience on louisvuitton.com, Louis Vuitton’s Mother’s Day e-card which offers a unique opportunity to express love and appreciation for the most important women in our lives, regardless of distance. The #WELVMOMS e-cards can be fully personalized with a assortment of iconic Louis Vuitton and Mother’s Day themed patches and animated gifs, a choice of base card designs, and finished with your own personal message. Patches and gifs range from Louis Vuitton’s signature products such as the Flower Trunk, Petite Malle, LV mascot Vivienne and the iconic Monogram. After a final preview of your bespoke creation, the e-card is sent immediately to your loved one. If you want to then take your LV gift giving up a notch, Louis Vuitton has curated a selection of gift items for the special woman in your life and you can get complimentary delivery.

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