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Dior isn't the only luxury fashion house that's hopelessly devoted to LA. Next month, Louis Vuitton is invading a Hollywood warehouse for the first stop of its "Series 2" show, an "unconventional" exhibit that reinterprets the brand's spring/summer 2015 ready-to-wear collection.
Taking place at 1135 North Highland Avenue, the free exhibit will house seven different rooms focusing on the legendary label's past, present, and future. Visitors can experience everything from the Louis Vuitton's history as a trunk maker, a recreation of a fashion show backstage space, a 360-degree runway show projection room, a dreamy accessories gallery, and more showcasing the Nicolas Ghesquière-led brand. (Expect plenty of Insta-ready opportunities with the brand's iconic LV logo, too).
'Louis Vuitton—Series 2' runs Friday, February 6th through Sunday the 22nd and will be open daily from 10am to 6pm.
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