Inside Louis Vuitton’s Exhibition in Los Angeles

Louis Vuitton Exhibit Los AngelesImage courtesy of Louis Vuitton

This past month, Louis Vuitton opened a multi-room exhibit in the heart of Beverly Hills. The presentation is called Louis Vuitton X, and it celebrates the brand’s history of collaborations, which spans 160 years. The ten room, two floor, highly instagrammable exhibit showcases LV collaborations with Karl Largerfeld, Zaha Hadid, Vivienne Westwood, and many others. There is a colorful, neon lit room dedicated to current creative directors Nicolas Ghesquière and Virgil Abloh and a substantial collection of black tie gowns and dresses worn by famous LV muses of past and present. All in all, it’s definitely worth seeing if you’re in the Los Angeles area, and it’s not hard to miss the ombre orange, pink, and white façade on the corner of Rodeo Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard. Check out some of our shots from the exhibit below, and if you’re interested in visiting, it will be open to the public until September 15.

Louis Vuitton XThe bright and cheery façade on Rodeo Drive

Louis Vuitton XHandbag collaborations through the years

Louis Vuitton XDesigns by Nicolas Ghesquière

Louis Vuitton XDesigns by Nicolas Ghesquière

Louis Vuitton XA design by Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton men’s

Louis Vuitton XBlack tie looks worn by LV celebrity muses