Louis Vuitton

Hi Everyone,
I would like to share the Louis Vuitton Volez, Voguez, Voyagez exhibition with you who were not be able to see or the ones who are far away from New York and deeply close to fashion! As you all know, I like to create my posts more into what is going on in New York more like activities, fashion, art, exhibitions, and getaways. This is one of the art + history + fashion exhibitions that I was really interested in. The exhibition curated by Olivier Saillard, which retraces the adventure of the House of Louis Vuitton from 1854 to the present. A story told through the portraits of its founders, as well as those who today are inventing the Louis Vuitton of tomorrow.

This historic journey, designed by Robert Carsen, is divided into ten chapters, one of which is entirely devoted to the United States of America and New York City. The tour opens with the most symbolic object of the House: the trunk, a model fashioned with contemporary flair, embodying the iconic hallmarks and bold spirit of Louis Vuitton. The exhibition features objects and documents from the Louis Vuitton heritage archives, as well as select articles on loan from the Palais Galliera and the Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris. The exhibition concludes with a display devoted to the savoir-faire of the artisans in the Louis Vuitton workshops. For further information, you can visit here.

Interior luggage labels.

This is so cool! They kept their Daily Sales Ledger for Louis Vuitton Paris Store from 1872.

Every trunk was having a special key. This is the book for registered keys.

A shoe trunk.

Almost like a little wardrobe which can travel with you.

Here is one of my very first love with Louis Vuitton. I remember speedy monogram miroir bags were super trendy almost 10 years ago. I remember myself to want to get it so bad when I saw at Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. Such a funny story 🙂

The suitcases on the right side are the president suitcase in nomad natural leather and created for Wes Anderson’s film The Darjeeling Limited.

I had no idea about these bags before I came to the exhibition. I loved the sense of humor of Marc Jacobs and Richard Prince.

This silk Jeanne Lanvin hostess dress worn by Mary Pickford who was a prolific Canadian-born film actress and producer.

A sketch for a bottle design.

One of the coolest design of Louis Vuitton Sybilla monogram canvas umbrella backpack for the 100th anniversary of the monogram canvas.

Louis Vuitton collaboration with Frank Gehry for the celebrating monogram project twisted box in monogram canvas.

Louis Vuitton in collaboration with Rei Kawakubo bag with holes in monogram canvas.

Louis Vuitton Masters collection collaborations with Jeff Koons.

Another collaboration with Supreme.

Louis Vuitton in tribute to Stephen Sprouse Alma bag in monogram roses leather.

Louis Vuitton in collaboration with Yayoi Kusama speedy bag in monogram town canvas. Yayoi Kusama is a great Japanese artist, writer and the mother of Infinity Mirror and Festival of Life exhibitions that I die for to see. She is an incredible woman with a great story. Here is her little story if you are interested in 🙂

While we were looking at the dresses, there was a huge screen in the room to show which celebrities and models wore the dresses. This nurse dress was worn by Naomi Campbell.

City guide books in adorable shade of colours.

The shirt long top H&M
Leather Pants H&M
Boots Chanel
Bag Chanel

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