Giving us a snapshot into their 160-year history is Louis Vuitton with their new Japanese-focused exhibition, Louis Vuitton &. Focusing on the admiration of the iconic fashion house with Japan, Louis Vuitton celebrates the artistic visionaries that have sparked inspiration in the house over the years, honouring those from Kansai Yamamoto to Yayoi Kusama. Playing out the snapshot in ten immersive spaces, the fashion house displays their history throughout the years, focusing on their special order trunks, window displays designed by Louis Vuitton’s grandson Gaston Louis and the iconic monogram bag that we all know and love.
Giving us an insight into information we might not have known before, each room gives us a brief history lesson into each exceptional Japanese talent as they take us through pivotal moments for the brand, from when 16-year-old Louis Vuitton first landed in Paris to the digital world that we live in now. Located in the heart of Tokyo’s Shibuya district, the exhibition will run from 19 March to 16 May.
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