Between the ethereal structures of India's Rajasthan capital Jaipur, worn by a brooding Rhys Pickering, Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 collection sits pretty. The location forms not only a tranquil backdrop for the campaign, but also formed the central inspiration for the luxury offering.

A brown hued series of slim fit button-ups, bombers and trenches feature in the images shot by Peter Lindbergh, with distinct '70s undertones present throughout prints, lines and styling.

The campaign also showcases three indulgent LV men's bags, in leather that looks so butter soft we want to rub our faces against it.

But instead we'll just quietly admire the still beauty of Jaipur and Pickering.

www.lousivuitton.com

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