Luxury fashion and accessories retailer Louis Vuitton opened its new London flagship this week at the junction of New Bond Street and Clifford Street.
Set over three levels, the store incorporates Louis Vuitton heritage touches such as trunks and leather, as well as modern features including a LED staircase. It features eye-dazzling highlights such as a two-storey wall of trunks - to showcase the LV tradition of working in leather - and a glass and LED staircase.
The ground floor is devoted to Louis Vuitton accessories and will include both original artworks from well-known names including, Richard Prince and Takashi Murakami, and exclusive products specially designed for the store.
The first floor is devoted to womenswear and shoes, in several intimate areas with generous and luxurious changing rooms.
The new London LV maison has been designed by the New York-based architect, Peter Marino, who also worked on the brand’s Champs Elysées maison. Also here is the unique Librairie which will showcase the best of British contemporary Art Books and bespoke commissions by artists including Anish Kapoor, Chris Ofili and Gary Hume.
The store’s second floor is a separate, luxurious world – the private client suite, which can only be accessed by invitation.
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160 New Bond Street