Louis Vuitton Shows Off its Savoir Faire
Set across three unique stages at Goya studios in Hollywood, Louis Vuitton’s latest Savoir Faire presentation showcases the Maison’s most iconic pieces and highlights its unparalleled craftsmanship and heritage. The appointment-only private shopping event will be in place from Sept. 9 through Sept. 25 on North Cahuenga Boulevard. Guests can tour three cinematic installations and shop from a curated selection of iconic hard-sided trunks, handbags, Objets Nomades furniture items, and luxe lifestyle accessories.
Reminiscent of a Louis Vuitton workshop, one stage features a selection of the Maison’s trunks in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes, exotic leather goods, and made-to-order collectibles from the brand’s games and home collection. Another stage is designed as a Parisian apartment decorated in a monochrome palette, where gowns worn by Hollywood starlets are on view beside one-of-a-kind leather handbags, recherché watches and fine jewelry displayed in LV trunks. A third stage evokes a beautiful seascape with a beach set up, displaying an orange surfboard designed by multimedia artist, Alex Israel, featuring three custom-made fins. Next to a lifeguard house, a picnic on the beach displays a monogrammed trunk with neatly housed flatware and cutlery that serves four. Modular furniture pieces designed in new colorways by Damien Langlois-Meurinne and Tokujin Yoshioka made their North America debut in the space, juxtaposed next to hard-sided trunks throughout.
Wearable pieces are dispersed throughout the space, as well, including classic bag styles for men and women such as Capucines, Keepalls, and Sac Plats that have been reimagined in unique finishes and colors. Select pieces from the new Louis Vuitton x Fornasetti collection are also displayed in the Savoir Faire Universe and available to purchase.
To learn more, visit www.louisvuitton.com.