On September 9, Louis Vuitton welcomed guests to discover its Los Angeles Savoir-Faire activation at Goya Studios.
French luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton presented its Savoir-Faire exhibit in Los Angeles at Goya Studios this week, showcasing the heritage brand’s exquisitely crafted products. Until September 25, Louis Vuitton will welcome guests in the space, by appointment, to immerse themselves in the universe of the house which presents its hard-sided trunks, its exotic handbags, its stylish accessories. de vie et les Objets Nomades, the Louis Vuitton collection of travel-inspired items, including furniture, which are created with renowned designers. Through this presentation, Louis Vuitton also celebrates the bicentenary of its namesake.
Celebrating the luxury house’s bespoke offerings and rare pieces that exemplify Louis Vuitton’s craftsmanship, heritage and heritage, the Savoir-Faire exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to see these items in person. Three individual thematic scenes were organized to draw inspiration from the objects presented in each space. Visitors will discover Louis Vuitton through a Parisian apartment located at the time of black and white Hollywood cinema, a Louis Vuitton workshop and an immersive seaside area.
Clothing pieces are presented throughout the exhibition with unique handbags, sought-after watches, exquisite jewelry and items created through special collaborations. The classic Capucines, Keepalls and Sac Plats bag styles are reinvented with special finishes and unique colors. Visitors will also be able to see Nomadic Objects designed by Damien Langlois-Meurinne and Tokujin Yoshioka, which debut for the first time in America, pieces from the Louis Vuitton x Fornasetti collection and offerings designed by Los Angeles artist Alex Israel.