Louis Vuitton expands in Miami, unveiling its latest additions to its exclusive home decor collection alongside a brand-new dedicated men’s store.
Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades Aguacate by the Campana Brothers PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON
Perhaps best known for its covetable monogram luggage and stylish ready-to-wear, Louis Vuitton is also a serious patron of the arts. Whether through museumlike shopping experiences or artistic home decor, the maison’s legendary craft smanship and commitment to innovation extend far beyond the runway.
Louis Vuitton Courrier Lozine 110 PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON
To showcase its artistic side, the French heritage brand has chosen Miami as center stage by transforming its Design District women’s store into an immersive 2021 Objets Nomades showcase. An exclusive collection of limited-edition home decor and furniture, Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades are created in collaboration with world-renowned designers.
A look from the Louis Vuitton Men’s SS22 collection. PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON
This year, the label welcomes Frank Chou as the collection’s latest designer. An outdoor sofa and chair designed by Chou and craft ed by Louis Vuitton’s expert artisans will debut at the chic Miami location. Furthering the focus on the Objets Nomades, the entire two-story facade of the women’s store will be temporarily wrapped in bursts of exuberant colors that pay homage to the Aguacate, another new addition to the Objets Nomades collection by iconic collaborators the Campana Brothers.
Detail from the Louis Vuitton Men’s SS22 collection PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON
In seamless balance with the exterior, architect and designer Patricia Urquiola has curated the third floor of the store’s interior to unify the unique artistic perspectives of all the Objets Nomades collaborators through an exhibitionlike experience. Expect a cosmic table whose rich color resembles a slice of ice cut from a lake and a candylike ottoman composed of supple leather by the Campana Brothers.
Louis Vuitton Sun Song, Cactus Garden and Afternoon Swim fragrances PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON
Cementing its commitment to artistic genius, the luxury label is opening an architecturally significant men’s boutique near its existing Design District destination. Th e new location is the first free-standing men’s store in the U.S. and seventh men’s store in the country, offering all of the label’s métiers for men, including ready-to-wear, shoes, accessories, watches and fragrances. Th e store’s modernist exterior draws inspiration from a classic Objets Nomades piece: the Diamond Screen by Marcel Wanders studio. Inside, a variety of Objets Nomades are available, complementing the exterior’s inspiration.
Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades Merengue by the Campana Brothers. PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON
Upon entrance into the store, a spiraling staircase bordered with blue leather handrails references Miami’s sparkling waterfronts. A towering mannequin sculpture is encircled within the staircase, wearing a look from the SS22 collection.
Two additional monumental sculptures can be found at an activation near the Museum Garage, wearing the latest men’s looks atop a giant chessboard that simultaneously references the maison’s iconic Damier motif. Louis Vuitton’s touchdown in Miami showcases all that’s fresh from the beloved label, elevating the in-store experience to new heights. Louis Vuitton Men’s: 90 NE 39th St., Miami; Louis Vuitton Women’s: 140 NE 39th St., Miami, louisvuitton.com