From 12 December, visitors can explore the Maison’s collaborations through nine interactive rooms, featuring everything from historic window displays and perfume bottles to iconic Monogram reworkings by renowned artists and the first three chapters of the Artycapucines collection of reimagined Capucine bags.
Highlights of the exhibition include a room dedicated to Rei Kawakubo, artistic director of Comme des Garçons, who created two capsules for Louis Vuitton: Party Bags in 2008 and Bags With Holes in 2014; and the final space, Art Meets Fashion, which features a digital wall with motion-sensitive animations adapted from collaborations with Daniel Buren, Nigo®, Grace Coddington and Christopher Nemeth.
In addition to the exhibition, LV DREAM includes a café and chocolate shop overseen by renowned Chef-Pâtissier of the Cheval Blanc Paris, Maxime Frédéric. The Café will offer a selection of fresh pastries inspired by Louis Vuitton motifs, while the Chocolaterie will showcase a range of chocolates that draw inspiration from the Maison’s codes.
Conceived for both Parisians and tourists, LV DREAM builds upon previous exhibitions that have explored Louis Vuitton’s history of collaborations, inviting visitors to discover the Maison’s rich history and innovative spirit.