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Singapore will feature as the only Asian stop of Louis Vuitton’s #LVSeries3 exhibition, which was first launched in London earlier this year. The third in a series (#LVSeries1 and #LVSeries2 have been shown in cities like Los Angeles, Rome, Seoul and Tokyo, just to name a few), Singapore would also be the first South-east Asian country to have the honour of hosting such an exhibition of this scale.
So what exactly is #LVSeries3 about, you ask? Well, it promises to be an immersive fashion expedition into the world of Louis Vuitton, more specifically, a curated exhibition of its past, present and future. To be held at Marina Bay Sands’ Crystal Pavilion South (that’s where Avalon was, by the way), Louis Vuitton will totally remake the interior and present 11 different rooms, each presenting a facet of French luxury house, from its savoir faire in the art of trunk making to Nicholas Ghesquière’s latest F/W15 RTW collection, presented in a way that lets you feel as if you’re sitting front row and enjoying the runway show all over again.
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Another highlight includes a whole wall of stickers you can actually bring home, featuring bags, shoes and accessories from the F/W15 collection, as well as specially commissioned posters that are collectors’ pieces in themselves.
Opening on 28 November 2015 (Saturday) at 11 am, you can skip the queue too, provided you book your tickets online in advance. Choose from between entrance-only tickets or a tour provided by LV ambassadors that will run approximately 20 minutes; both options are free, by the way.
Running all the way till 23 December 2015, do check out this link for more information regarding the exhibition, and here’s one thing that is important to note. Do remember that the exhibition will be held at the South Crystal Pavilion and not where Louis Vuitton floating Maison flagship is, which is also known as the North Crystal Pavilion. It will save you quick a bit of walking from one location to another.
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