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This past weekend, “The Unit” went to the Louis Vuitton exhibit. It was a fun time and we enjoyed it! The exhibit is in NYC until January 7th, so hurry up and get your tickets. Its Free fyi! My favorite part was watching how the bags get made. They let AnnDrew get a close up and hold some of the handles. We got to see the evolution of Louis Vuitton bag, which was pretty cool. At the end, you will get a cute gift – a Pintrill x Louis Vuitton lapel pin.
The global journey of “Voguez, Volez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” continues with its arrival in New York, where the former American Stock Exchange will provide a grand backdrop for this immersive exhibition. Curator, Olivier Saillard once again leads visitors through the history of the House as a thematic journey brought to life by Robert Carsen’s dynamic scenography.
With this latest installment the longstanding presence of Louis Vuitton in America is sure to resonate, from George Vuitton’s participation in the 1893 Chicago World Fair, to archival items that belonged to such illustrious clientele as Ernest Hemingway, Lauren Bacall, F. Scott Fitzgerald, as well as the Rockefeller and Vanderbilt families. Displays of collaborations with artists Stephen Sprouse and now Jeff Koons will allow visitors to see the House codes interpreted with a vibrant and distinctly local influence. There will also be a section dedicated to the artisans’ workshops, highlighting how savoir-faire has driven the story of Louis Vuitton all along.
86 Trinity Place
New York, NY 10006
From 10/27/2017 to 01/07/2018
Monday – Saturday: 10:00am – 8:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Last admission: 30 minutes before closing
Reduced hours: Christmas Eve 10:00am – 6:00pm, New Year’s Eve 10:00am – 6:00pm, New Year’s Day 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Holiday closures: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
Night openings based on the event’s schedule
Enjoy some of our photos below 😉 I included some of the wall information, so you can read up on some of the history (in case you can’t make it there)