You guys, I’m SO excited because next week is CHRISTMAS! I feel like I’ve been in the Christmas spirit since late-October (which is when I put up my Christmas tree) and I can’t believe the big day is almost here. Christmas is my favorite holiday and this is definitely my favorite time of the year.
While I was in New York City two weeks ago I got to visit the “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” Louis Vuitton exhibition at the American Stock Exchange Building. The “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” exhibition first launched in 2015 at the Grand Palais in Paris and since then it’s made stops in Tokyo and Seoul. The exhibition, which is about roughly 80 percent the same as what was on display at the Paris original, tells the story of the brand’s 160-year history.
The Louis Vuitton “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” Exhibition in New York City is definitely a must see:
There’s this really cool virtual subway wall at the exhibition’s entrance. The room is styled so that it looks like a subway station. And the entire wall shows this projection of different Louis Vuitton themed trains zooming by. It was super cool!
It was really interesting learning about the early life of Louis Vuitton and seeing some of the company’s first designs and products.
Did you know that the famous Louis Vuitton logo pattern print wasn’t around in Louis Vuitton’s lifetime? The pattern was created after his death and is now a popular staple of the company (although I’ve never been a fan of LV bags with that pattern on it!).
How cute is that little bag?
One of my favorite things about the Louis Vuitton “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” Exhibition was getting to see so many different styles of Louis Vuttion products. I’m pretty familiar with their handbags but it was cool getting to see different types of Louis Vuitton clothing designs, books (yes books) and trunks and travel sets.
Anyone else getting major Murder On The Orient Express vibes?
The Van Gogh LV bag was interesting to say the least.
Gosh those gowns are gorgeous!
The final room of the Louis Vuitton “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” Exhibition, which just so happens to be my favorite, showcases different Louis Vuttion outfits that have been worn during various red carpet events. The room also had a wall projection that showed clips of different celebrities at award shows and events wearing these Louis Vuitton designs.