UPGRADED DESTINATION. Louis Vuitton recently celebrated the reopening of their revamped store in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place.
The goal of the new three-level expanded store is to, in the words of the company, “takes visitors to discover the House’s universe and core values: Travel and Savoir-faire.” It is the second store in Hong Kong after Landmark to feature a private Haute Maroquinerie “Made to Order” space in which clients will be able to create their very own custom bag. On the same level is the Animation space, where a 16-meter-long Monogram pattern LED-lit façade becomes the background for a display of the latest collection. The store’s “Men’s Universe” section, with LED-light flooded Damier-pattern façade, offers the house’s range of men’s ready-to-wear designed by Kim Jones.
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