Louis Vuitton's "Volez, Voguez, Voyagez" has landed in New York
Louis Vuitton, for the first time ever, has brought a major exhibition to North America - making it's designated stop, downtown New York City to be more exact. The legacy French fashion house is living up to it's unofficial tagline "The Art of Travel" and taking us on an unforgettable flight through time since it's founding in 1854 to present.
"Volez, Voguez, Voyagez" which means "Sail, Fly, Travel" couldn't have been a more appropriate name. In this whimsical setting, designed by Robert Carsen and curated by Olivier Sailard, you have all the sensations of being in a dream. Approaching it with a sense of fantasy to appeal to a younger audience, you will explore rooms dedicated to traveling by plane, boat, and train. And for book lovers like myself, you'll even get to delight in a writing room with pieces created by Vuitton for writers like Ernest Hemingway.
Sailard's goal with people visiting this exhibition is that they "will have the impression of a journey, a dream." At 86 Trinity Place, until January 7th, you will have the opportunity to experience it for yourself and believe me when I say that Louis Vuitton's "Volez, Voguez, Voyagez" is truly nothing short of a beautifully crafted whimsical dream.
Volez, Voguez, Voyagez — Louis Vuitton is on view now through January 7, 2018.