Louis Vuitton Reopens on Bond Street in London | SENATUS



Louis Vuitton Reopens on Bond Street in London
By SENATUS Editor | 26 October 2019

Louis Vuitton has reopened its store on Bond Street in London, unveiling a complete reimagining of the space, starting from its reconstructed exterior to its new generation of interiors, rendered by New York based architect, Peter Marino.

Complete with illustrious artwork and giant architectural spaces, the store features specially commissioned installations by both up-and-coming and world-renowned artists. Home to Louis Vuitton since 2010, the New Bond Street boutique is the only Maison in the world, aside from the Maison Vendôme in Paris, to hold a full high jewellery collection, highlighting the House’s passion for remarkable craftsmanship and artistry.

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