Is this the biggest Louis Vuitton trunk in the world?
A giant Louis Vuitton trunk has been assembled in Moscow’s Red Square ahead of the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the famous brand.
A giant Louis Vuitton trunk has been assembled in Moscow’s Red Square ahead of the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the famous fashion brand.
The “Red Square trunk” is a gigantic replica of monogrammed luggage owned by Russian Prince Vladimir Orlov, who was part of the Imperial Family.
From December 2, 2013 to January 19, 2014, a special Louis Vuitton exhibition will be held in Moscow dedicated to legendary adventurers and travelers entitled ‘L’Ame du Voyage’ (or The Soul of Travel).
The visitors will discover the history of the House and the Louis Vuitton family as well as the history of new design through various artistic collaborations.
The exhibition will spotlight famous travellers that led them to meeting Louis Vuitton including: Karen Blixen, Pierre de Brazza Savorgnan, Sofia Coppola, Catherine Deneuve, Isadora Duncan, the Empress Eugenie, Greta Garbo, Zaha Hadid, Ernest Hemingway, Damien Hirst and more.
The trunk-bed, steamer trunk, tea case, toiletry kit, circus trunk, library trunk, and caviar box are just a few of the many incredible pieces featured at the show, along with their incredible stories.