Louis Vuitton Pays Tribute to Singapore At Island Maison

Pop by Louis Vuitton Island Maison and feast your eyes on the spectacles of Singapore through a special photo exhibition and showcase – iconic bags in red and white included.

LV-PhotoExhibit The Louis Vuitton Singapore Tribute Collection showcase and photo exhibit

If you’re still soaking in the SG50 spirit, here’s something you can do from now till 3rd September 2015: pop by Louis Vuitton Island Maison at Marina Bay Sands. Over at the brand’s Basement 2 gallery space, feast your eyes on an array of black and white photographs of the Lion City, spectacularly captured by French photographer Olivier Cullman.


The Escale Worldtime Singapour timepiece and Petite Malle Singapour Mono bag

After that, head over and take a peek at the Louis Vuitton Singapore Golden Jubilee collection – splashed in red and white, no less – in-store. The French fashion house’s tribute to the 50th anniversary of the city, the collection features limited edition designs of the signature Petite Malle, the iconic Escale Worldtime timepiece, a Tambour Monogram timepiece; as well as a limited Singapore-edition Ruben Toledo Artist Edition Book and the Louis Vuitton Singapore City Guide 2015.

LV-TrunkPainting A painter adorns a Louis Vuitton leather trunk with a Singapore-inspired artwork.

If you’re feeling for a new arm candy, purchase a new leather hard-sided trunk or case, and witness steady-handed painters adorn it with a Singapore-inspired artwork as part of the luxe label’s special trunk painting service in its Marina Bay Sands store.

You can also get your personal stamp on your own LV small leather goods and leather accessories – craftsmen are on hand to hot press your initials or the Singapore-exclusive Merlion design onto luggage tags. This service is available at all LV stores in the island.

The Louis Vuitton Singapore Tribute Collection showcase and photo exhibit is now open to the public at the B2 gallery of Louis Vuitton Island Maison at Marina Bay Sands, and will end on the 3rd of September.

All images courtesy of Louis Vuitton.



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