Louis Vuitton has launched a new exhibition titled “Crafting Dreams” in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles. The exhibition showcases the exceptional arts and crafts of the French luxury house and features a collection of Nomadic Objects, jewelry, watches, couture dresses, trunks, special collaborations, leather goods, and lifestyle items like the skateboard collection. Visitors can explore different rooms of the House of Bel Air, each dedicated to a specific theme.
One room is dedicated to Vivienne, the house’s mascot inspired by the Louis Vuitton monogram flower, while another highlights the Louis Vuitton Baby line. The Red Carpet room presents evening gowns worn by celebrities like Jennifer Connelly, Ana de Armas, Phoebe Dynevor, and Sophie Turner. The exhibition also features the White Canvas: LV Trainer in Residence, showcasing sneakers designed by pioneering artists from the New York underground art scene of the 1980s.
Designer Marc Newson‘s Cabinet of Curiosities is another highlight, featuring a trunk made up of 19 modular cubes, with the smallest cubes having a hidden back compartment for storing personal effects. The exhibition also includes a golf chest, a wooden ping-pong table, dumbbells, a jump rope, and a Vanity Mahjong set. Angeles.
Until May 3, Louis Vuitton is opening a terrace on the rooftop of its Bel Air residence, with a lounge and bar, and customers can also customize their pieces alongside the brand’s artisans. This exhibition follows the opening of the largest store dedicated to men on Rodeo Drive a few months ago, showing that Louis Vuitton has a strong affinity for Los Angeles.
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