Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc won the F1 Grand Prix de Monaco, and became the first Monegasque winner in Monaco since 1931.

For the fourth consecutive year, Louis Vuitton and the Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM) presented a bespoke Trophy Trunk for the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco. On Sunday, 26 May, tHE trunk revealed the winner’s trophy, the Trophy of H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco, during the Monegasque National Anthem and Prize Giving Podium Ceremonies.

A Partnership Rooted in Tradition and Excellence

This dynamic collaboration between Louis Vuitton and ACM actively highlights their shared values of tradition, excellence, and the art of transmission. Under the patronage of His Highness Prince Albert II, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco stands out as one of the most glamorous and widely viewed sporting events globally. The race celebrates legendary champions like Fangio, Hill, and Senna while also highlighting recent stars such as Alonso, Hamilton, and Verstappen.

The Trophy Trunk

Louis Vuitton's hard sided, special-orders atelier in Asnières crafted the Trophy Trunk with exceptional, historic savoir-faire. Inspired by the iconic race, the trunk features the Monaco flag's red on the emblematic Monogram. Additionally, red lines form a "V" for "Victory," accented with a white band reminiscent of the race track. This Trophy Trunk continues the Maison's important tradition of crafting bespoke cases for the world's most iconic sports trophies.

Victory Travels in Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton’s creation of the Official Trophy Travel Case for the Grand Prix de Monaco is another example of its storied tradition of crafting bespoke travel cases for the world's most iconic trophies. They include the FIFA World Cup, NBA Larry O’Brien Trophy, League of Legends Trophy, Rugby World Cup France 2023, Davis Cup, Roland Garros, and the America’s Cup.

Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games

As a testament to its enduring craftsmanship, Louis Vuitton will present specially designed medal and torch trunks for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. These trunks will play a pivotal role in key celebratory moments, including the Olympic and Paralympic Torches Relays. Furthermore, the trunks will be prominently showcased at the Champions Park—a free-to-public access during the games.