I would’ve said Happy Friday to all you marvelous, magnificent, majestic….lol you get the idea, fashionistas and fashion lovers. BUT…… I had to take care of a few things first but it’s all good on my end. (Thank God) So instead I’ll just say Happy Saturday lml.
I FINALLY got the opportunity to check out the Volez, Voguez, Voyagez Louis Vuitton Exhibition at the American Stock Exchange. All I have to say is WOW!!!!! If you haven’t taken the time to check out the exhibition, PLEASE make sure you do so sooner rather than later.
Even if you’re not a fashion lover like myself, you won’t be disappointed about going. The legacy alone of this treasured designer will suffice.
The exhibition was by far well thought out and innovative.
Dating back from 1854, the exhibition chronicles Louis Vuitton’s designs through travel, sailing and aviation. Curator, Olivier Saillard and Artistic Director and Set Designer Robert Carsen eloquently took the Louis Vuitton brand and showcased it in a fashion timeline. Each room was designed to tailor around the specific themes Saillard and Caresen had in mind.
Just note that the entire main level of the exhibition was designed to look and feel as if you are in an actual Louis Vuitton trunk. (How dope is that?!!!)
Below you’ll find the map and just take heed of the amount of rooms and work that took place in order to create this extraordinary exhibition.
Further along this post, I’ve chosen just a few of the hundreds of photos that were taken at the exhibition. Each of these photographs can truly speak for themselves. So without further ado, feel free to check them out for yourself🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾
The Original tools to design the infamous Louis Vuitton Trunks
The infamous Louis Vuitton Trunk
Modern Louis Vuitton Trunk
2000’s and beyond of Louis Vuitton Speedy Handbags
Can’t forget about Men’s Fashion
Marc Jacobs Collaboration with Louis Vuitton
My FAVORITE…..VINTAGE LOUIS VUITTON
The following garments down below were worn by some of your fave celebs at different red carpets.
These photos alone don’t do the exhibition justice. You have until January 7th, 2018 to check out this splendor.
Click here for further details about the Louis Vuitton exhibition.
Before I close out this post, I just wanted to thank those that continue to rock with Takemetotheheights as we approach further into the New Year. It truly means a lot to me to see who has been visiting and leaving me comments.
Until next time, and as always with peace and love,