French luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton presented its Savoir-Faire exhibition this week in Los Angeles at Goya Studios, featuring the heritage brand’s extraordinarily crafted products
Until Sept. 25, Louis Vuitton will welcome visitors into the space, by arrangement, to become drenched in the maison’s reality that exhibits its hard-sided trunks, fascinating totes, way of life extras and Objets Nomades—Louis Vuitton’s assortment of movement enlivened things, including furniture, which are made with prestigious architects. Through this show, Louis Vuitton is likewise praising its namesake’s bicentennial birthday.
Praising the extravagance house’s bespoke contributions and uncommon pieces that outline the Louis Vuitton craftsmanship, inheritance and legacy, the Savoir-Faire display bears the cost of a chance for guests to see these things face to face. Three separately themed stages have been coordinated to draw upon the motivation of the things exhibited in each space. Guests will encounter Louis Vuitton through a Parisian condo set inside Hollywood’s highly contrasting film period, a Louis Vuitton studio and a vivid ocean side space.
Wearable pieces are shown all through the presentation with exceptional satchels, recherché watches, impeccable fine gems and things that were made through uncommon coordinated efforts. Exemplary pack styles Capucines, Keepalls, and Sac Plats are rethought through exceptional completions and remarkable shadings. Guests will likewise see Objets Nomades planned by Damien Langlois-Meurinne and Tokujin Yoshioka—appearing without precedent for the Americas, pieces from Louis Vuitton x Fornasetti assortment, and contributions planned by Los Angeles craftsman Alex Israel.