You may want to sit down for this.
From a new exhibit in Venice to workshops across the globe, furniture is speaking truth to the power of climate change.
The brand’s men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh has asked shoppers to meme the space, and they’ve happily obliged.
Tough as nails and super stylish.
For comparison’s sake: the original wooden version goes for about $7.
From Stephen Sprouse to Yayoi Kusama, all of the brand’s extensive collaborations are represented at Louis Vuitton X.
The Ping Pong Set James comes with two paddles, a monogrammed cover and four regulation-size balls.
Fashion-forward fanny packs included.
From an Undulating Table to a Cocoon Swing, the Best Pieces from Louis Vuitton’s Booth at Design Miami
Ever since the brand launched “Objets Nomades” in 2012, style cognoscenti couldn’t wait for the newest installment.