Louis Vuitton debuted its newly-expanded Brookfield Place location, just in time for the holiday season. The beautifully modern space is decked out in NYC art pieces and an extensive offering of collections, including the pre-Spring 2021 looks from designer Virgil Abloh.
As has come to be expected by the fine fashion house, everything at this store is thoughtfully curated and artistically crafted. From the starry grand façade to the leather-stitched LV column and the custom carpet, the stand-alone location honors the brand's commitment to design and luxury.
Archival objects from the Louis Vuitton historic collection are on display, as are original commissioned works by NYC artists, including pop expressionism from Harlem's Jay West, a pink-and-purple NYC skyline photographed and rendered by Brooklyn's Tommy Kwak, and architectural painting by Christian Nguyen.
Shoppers can peruse perfumes, watches and jewelry, or check out the latest LV offerings in women and men's leather goods, ready-to-wear, shoes, accessories, travel and publishing. Brookfield Place will host exclusive products and pre-launches of collections and capsules, much like Abloh's latest which reimagines winter garments, taking weather-ready functionality to new heights of design in dark palettes.
Fashionable shoppers should also look out for the recently launched Cruise 2021 collection Game On, which sees the LV monogram of flowers brought to life in vibrant color as designed by Nicolas Ghesquière.
Find Louis Vuitton Brookfield Place at 225 Liberty Street, Space #123, open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m.
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Photography by: Courtesy Louis Vuitton | Paul Warchol