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Louis Vuitton hosted a cocktail to celebrate the re-opening of the 22 avenue Montaigne Store
Named after Michel de Montaigne, a writer of the French Renaissance, the Avenue Montaigne is considered to be la grande dame of French streets for luxury and fashion. Designed in the spirit of an elegant Parisian apartment and decorated in fine materials with original artworks by contemporary artists, the store hosted a cocktail party on Monday December 15th to celebrate the re-opening.
Photographer Saskia Lawaks captured moments and the highlight of the evening: a concert by legendary New-York band Blondie.
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Focusing on ultimate personalisation and private brand experiences, the Maison stays true to its tradition of offering personal services.
This holiday season, Louis Vuitton unveils its newly renovated store on the Avenue Montaigne in the heart of Paris. Decorated in fine materials with original artworks by contemporary artists, the new environment designed by architect Peter Marino allows clients to experience a unique, personalised shopping experience.
The Maison’s tradition of excellence in high quality leather craftsmanship is the foundation for its newly enhanced personalization service. Since 1854, Louis Vuitton has offered clients made-to-order and personalization services. This service, called Haute Maroquinerie proposes leather goods in an array of shapes, materials, colors, linings and finishings: the selection is so varied that each handbag is certain to be unique.
Hand-painted initials and motifs are also available for hard-sided luggage, while hot stamping is possible for selected pieces and small leather accessories. Tailoring, the new men’s permanent collection for business and travel, as well as made-to-order shoes and belts round out the store’s personalised offer.
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The prestigious Celebrating Monogram dinner, held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
New York, November 7th, 2014—Michael Burke, Chairman & CEO, and Delphine Arnault, Vice-President of Louis Vuitton, hosted a special dinner to celebrate the iconic Monogram in the presence of Bernard Arnault, President of the LVMH Group and of the Fondation Louis Vuitton.
Guests included designers and iconoclasts - Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Christian Louboutin, Marc Newson and Cindy Sherman - who reinterpreted the timeless icon, creating a bag or piece of luggage with the renowned canvas.
The Celebrating Monogram event also included special guests: Nicole Kidman, Catherine Deneuve, Jennifer Connelly, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Sofia Coppola, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Anna Wintour, Miranda Kerr, Chloë Sevigny, Haley Bennet, Mia Goth, Karlie Kloss, Liya Kebede and Doona Bae.Event New York Celebrating Monogram Photography
At the Celebrating Monogram dinner, Iconoclasts and exclusive guests were invited to have their portrait taken by photographer Patrick Demarchelier and published live on Instagram.
On Friday November 7th a Celebrating Monogram dinner was held at the New York Museum of Modern Art, in honor of the Iconoclasts Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo. The Iconoclasts talents and other exclusive guests were invited into a live portrait studio set up inside the walls of the museum for the occasion. The portraits were shot by iconic photographer Patrick Demarchelier throughout the cocktail and published directly on the Louis Vuitton Instagram account.
See the complete selection of portraits on Instagram.com/LouisVuitton.Event New York Celebrating Monogram Patrick Demarchelier Portraits Instagram