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Louis Vuitton x World Cup

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If you watched yesterday's World Cup final game, you may noticed something familiar: the trophy comes complete with a custom Louis Vuitton case. FIFA commissioned LV to specially construct the case for the 2010 South Africa World Cup, and although it was first presented to the press by Naomi Campbell, Jacob Zuma (President of South Africa) was the actual "well-known figure" who handed it over to Spain. Want one just like it? There's no official price information, but considering how special orders must be made by a single master craftsman in Louis Vuitton’s historic Asnieres workshop, you probably can't afford to ask. [TwitPic/@LouisVuitton_HQ]