Louis Vuitton Exhibition
Even before travel moved from necessity into the realm of leisure, it had always lured with the romance of possibilities. The Louis Vuitton Volez, Voguez, Voyagez
A tale told in ten chapters and three floors, the exhibition encompasses the earliest iterations of the venerable malletier‘s trunks from the Trianon grey (1854) and the Damier canvas (1888) to the Monogram canvas (1896) and beyond. As modes of conveyance evolved so too did luggage’s functional and design innovations. Here are
Interspersed among the precious objets are documents from the brand’s heritage archives, along with pieces on loan from private collectors, special edition collaborations with artists such as Stephen Sprouse, Takashi Murakami, Yayoi Kusama and Jeff Koons, and fashions from designers in residence Marc Jacobs and currently Nicolas Ghesquiè
High adventure courses through this remarkable march across Louis Vuitton’s fashion history. Each display seems like an inspiration to plunge into the unfamiliar, to saturate the senses with discovery, to revel in the panoramic vastness of experience. With Louis Vuitton in hand, mais bien sûr.
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