The Louis Vuitton store Champs-Elysees in Paris is the largest Vuitton store in the world and located at No101, right at the corner of Avenue George V. This amazing Art Deco building is still topped by its original dome and is listed as a Historical Monument. The store is spread over five levels and interconnected by spiral staircases. The American architect Eric Carlson entirely revamped it in the early 2000s.
As soon as you walk in you are greeted by the Jeff Koons Collection & it is BEAUTIFUL!
The next thing I see Is the statue of The Fondation Louis Vuitton. I was so excited to see this because I tried to make it to see the actual Foundation Louis Vuitton but couldn’t get there. Could you imagine seeing this in person? It’s such a masterpiece!
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Each wall displayed a different collection. It was like LV heaven.
Brass-plated rings interweave to generate screen walls which recreate the emblematic elements of the monogram.
Everything was beautifully displayed and of course I wanted to buy everything in the store.
A 20-meter-high atrium from which some 1,900 stems of polished steel descend and diffract light recalls the sparkling domes of the famous Lalique fountains that decorate the avenue outside.
The best part was the complimentary champagne! This flagship store is the most beautiful store truly takes shopping to the next level, & offers an experience while shopping that you simply cannot get at any other Louis Vuitton store.
The LV artisans are my favorite part of the first LV store. Not many other stores have this. During my time in Europe I believe this was the only one that I saw. You can have anything custom made in the store. How dope?
Even the back of the LV store is beautiful.
What do you think of the Louis Vuitton Champs Élysées store in Paris?