The new Louis Vuitton store looks like a contemporary design museum and we could not love it more. See for yourself!
This month, Louis Vuitton returned to no other than Paris, the city where it all began and opened up a new store that looks as amazing as it is called: The Maison. A contemporary design gem located on one of the most famous Parisian quarters.
Located in the same 18th-century building, designed by the architect of the Palace of Versailles, where the brand’s history began the news stores came to life with the help of the renowned architect Peter Marino. Originally built as Hôtel Baudet de Morlet and Hôtel Heuzé de Vologer, the 1714 property has housed many royals, including Napoléon III.
See images of stunning interiors below!
Since its construction, the interiors have been altered many times, and according to the Louis Vuitton team, it went through a “destructive” renovation in the 80’s
The interiors are the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary with several contemporary art pieces carefully integrated into the scene.
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The brand new Louis Vuitton store is a one of a kind combination of haute-couture, ready-to-wear fashion, jewelry, watchmaking, shoes, accessories, fragrances and even artisanal workshops.
In the first floor, you can find women’s ready-to-wear collection displayed over Versailles parquet flooring. The choice fo furniture fits in perfectly with the old and new look of the store.
The womenswear lounge overlooks the Place Vendome. We can imagine this store is quickly going to become a destination for both those who love high-end fashion and tourists.
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source: elledecor.com and telegraph.co.uk