Visit Louis Vuitton’s New ‘Apartment’ At Takashimaya Shopping Centre

Louis Vuitton Apartment PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON

Following a refurbishment of its level two space at Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Louis Vuitton’s first exclusive Apartment retail space is now open. The vast and luxurious ‘apartment’, complete with lobby, main hall, gallery and three salons, offers a specially curated line-up. Flanking these are artworks and designer décor for a bespoke shopping experience like no other.

Ready for a quick tour? Step through the tall glass doors and find yourself in a vestibule decorated with a collection of iconic trunks suspended by hot-air balloons. Then delve into the maison’s rich heritage and savoir-faire through exceptional archival pieces that’s almost like a mini museum.

Louis Vuitton ApartmentPHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON

The next stop is the main hall where you can browse the latest RTW pieces. Stephanie Coutas is the interior designer behind this visually and textually inspiring area. It merges softness and delicacy though curved arches, as well as furniture and decorative details by French artists and designers.

Venture further in and you’ll find yourself in the gallery. There, admire wooden Monogram Flower floor patterns and water ripples on the ceiling. Along with a curation of Les Extraordinaires, including precious leather Capucines, amongst others. This then leads onto three spacious salons, each featuring distinctive designs to draw out unique aspects of the collections they house.

The first, which is also the main room, is dedicated to the latest women’s RTW collection and bespoke evening gowns. Orange-hue gradient Singapore Sunset walls and a frangipani tree by artist John Lookas dominate the intimate space. A low rock crystal coffee table and relaxing Pierre Augustin Rose sofa further evoke a private apartment feel.

The second salon houses the men’s RTW collection, set against a Damier plaster wall. A waves-inspired carpet, Paldao wood cabinets and a vibrant landscape piece by Argentine artist Lautaro Cuttica complete the look. Need a rest from all that shopping? Take a seat on a vintage Costela armchair by Martin Eisler & Carlo Hauner while enjoying refreshments on the luminous coffee table by artist Joel Savry.

PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON

End your visit in the third and final salon. There, beautiful Budri stone tables present high jewellery and watches in glass cloches, alongside precious leather goods lining the walls. Simultaneously, a focal wall showcases metal-weave panels by French designer Sophie Mallebranche, accompanied by a vintage 1970 chandelier and a modern art piece by American artist Julia Powers.

Up for a new shopping experience? Then it’s time to head down to Takashimaya Shopping Centre to check out the new Louis Vuitton Apartment. Clients can also make an appointment to enjoy the elevated experience of shopping.

For more information, do visit LOUISVUITTON.com

PHOTOS COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON

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