Louis Vuitton opened its huge five-story Miami store in the Design District, the brand born in 1854 and since then the LV monogram is part of fashion history, known for the unique designs, merging innovation with style, are notorious for the finest quality.
“Louis Vuitton has been committed to the Miami area for more than 30 years and was a pioneer in the Design District,” Louis Vuitton Americas President and CEO Anthony Ledru says. “The Design District is a neighborhood devoted to fostering creativity and innovation – values we share here at Louis Vuitton. This is an exciting opportunity for us to open a brand new store in a high profile market, allowing us to bring exceptional service to our clientele” .
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The new Miami design was influenced by 1950s Tropical Modernism and Art Deco, the store in itself takes you back to history of the Miami Beach area, with clean modern details, an open floor plan, makes visitors feel as if they’ve go back into time.
We wanted the Miami Design District store to represent the new, modern look of Louis Vuitton, while paying tribute to the rich architectural history of Miami Beach,” Ledru says
The store will present the latest creation from Nicola Ghesquière, the store will also have an assortment of leather goods, shoes, accessories, watches, and fine jewelry for both men and women.