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Louis Vuitton X

June 28–November 10, 2019
Louis Vuitton X, Beverly Hills
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Louis Vuitton X celebrates the fashion house’s 160-year history of artistic collaborations and marks the world premiere of the Artycapucines Collection. The line includes limited-edition reinterpretations of the label’s iconic Capucines bag by six artists including Urs Fischer, Alex Israel, and Jonas Wood. The exhibition also brings together a collection of early twentieth-century special-order trunks, art deco perfume bottles, iconic Monogram bags reworked by artists such as Frank Gehry and Cindy Sherman, and original collaborations by artists such as Richard Prince.

Jonas Wood’s limited-edition Louis Vuitton Artycapucines bag

Jonas Wood’s limited-edition Louis Vuitton Artycapucines bag

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David Adjaye and Rick Lowe
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