The Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs exhibition currently presented in Paris at Les Arts Décoratifs is a retrospective, which pays tribute to the two men and their contribution to the fashion world. In a video produced by Louis Vuitton, fashion journalist Louise Roe takes a tour of the exciting new exhibition with curator Pamela Golbin, who provides expert commentary into the nineteenth century world of the iconic brand's founder.
The extravagant exhibition showcases the rich history of the brand from its inception to present day. The show even includes a shoe from the Louis Vuitton fall/winter 2012 collection, which was added to the exhibition promptly after the collection's Paris Fashion Week debut.
The unique Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs exhibition includes an incredible display of Louis Vuitton's infamous trunks and a dazzling display of x-ray images of the clothing he had packed inside of them for his customers. The exhibition runs in Paris until September 16, 2012.
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