Guests were granted a first look at the exhibition, which delves into the history of the Maison, before being treated to a surprise performance by RÜFÜS DU SOL and an afterparty at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The evening was attended by more than 650 guests, which included a mix of international and Australian notable talent such as Troye Sivan, Georgia Fowler, Jess Hart, Ruel, Michael Clarke, Aisha Dee, Lily Sullivan, Victoria Lee, Jessica De Gouw, Gabriella Brooks, Teresa Palmer, Gretta Ray, Keiynan Lonsdale, Ayesha Madon, Bambi Northwood-Blyth, Montana Cox and Teagan Croft.
A highlight of the evening was the performance by Australian band RÜFÜS DU SOL, their first show in Sydney in three years.
The performance took place in Louis Vuitton’s custom-built pavilion on the MCA lawn overlooking Sydney’s iconic Harbour.
Onlookers were then mesmerised by a bespoke Louis Vuitton drone show set against the night sky above the Opera House.
Consisting of 500 drones the show was composed to a custom soundtrack by Rizer with Paul Mac, and showcased Louis Vuitton’s iconic motifs as well an ode to SEE LV Sydney.
The night concluded with an afterparty within the MCA with DJ Hugo Gruzman and Soju Gang.
The festivities were all in the name of launching SEE LV – now on at First Fleet Park until 11 December – in style.
The exhibition, which has already been on display in Wuhan, Hangzhou, Dubai and Tokyo, allows visitors to delve deep into the world of the Maison.
Mixing archival objects from Louis Vuitton’s heritage collection with recent creations, SEE LV presents immersive and interactive experiences uncovering all facets of Louis Vuitton’s history and creations through a contemporary lens.
Visitors encounter a collection of modern pieces and early twentieth-century trunks, artistic collaborations and iconic leather designs during their experience.
First Fleet Park
The Rocks NSW 2000
Open from 4th November to 11th December 2022
Monday – Sunday
10 am to 10 pm