Louis Vuitton has moved into Miami’s Design District
Louis Vuitton has opened its newest store in Miami’s Design District, at 140 NE 39th Stret in Hialeah. This location is the company’s 13th store to open in the Florida, further cementing its 30-year relationship with the Sunshine State.
The store channels the city’s artistic spirit with several art pieces including the 36' artwork titled Hothouse by Miami-born artist Teresita Fernandez and watercolor drawings of Saint Tropez scenery by Parisian visual artist André Saraiva that was commissioned by Louis Vuitton in 2010. Art Deco design and 1950’s Tropical Modernism heavily influenced the store’s interior. The façade designed by Japanese architect Jun Aoki and Mirei Uchibe features aluminum panels arranged to represent Louis Vuitton’s Damier pattern.
The Miami District store houses an extensive offering of women’s ready-to-wear, including a curated assortment of Nicolas Ghesquiére’s SS15 women’s runway collection, Ghesquiére’s second with the house since being appointed creative director of the women's collections.
Exclusive products for men and women are also available, including monogram hardsided travel cases, the men’s Montecarlo car shoe in anthracite python and a unique version of the women’s Tempo sneaker. The company’s popular monogram leather goods, ready-to-wear, shoes, accessories, watches and fine jewelry complete the offering.
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