Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles

I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine’s Day.  Normally we like to stay home for Valentine’s Day since going out to dinner can get very stressful. But this year it fell on a Saturday; so we decided to make a fun “date” out of it.  I have wanted to visit the Louis Vuitton Series 2 exhibit in Los Angeles since it opened back on Feb. 6th, so we decided to head out to Hollywood to see the exhibit and have dinner later at Fig and Olive which is a restaurant we both wanted to try for a long time.

Let me tell you that the exhibit was well worth a visit.  Nicholas Ghesquiere became the artistic director of Louis Vuitton in November 2013 and this is his vision of the time travel through past-present-future of the brand.  The exhibit has seven rooms and it shows the process behind Ghesquiere’s technique in putting his spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection and fashion show together, which was shown in Paris back in October of 2014 and just hit the Louis Vuitton Stores last week.

  • 1st room – called the “Abstract Title” shows the oversized neon logo which was initially the seal of the founder Louis Vuitton who launched his house as a trunk maker back in 1854.
  • 2nd room – called the “Talking Faces” allows visitors to experience the opening animation of Ghesquiere’s spring 2015 women’s collection for Louis Vuitton.
  • 3rd room – called the “Magic Trunk” shows one of the house’s most recognizable products in hologram projections. Heritage pieces include Greta Garbo’s LV monogrammed shoe trunk circa 1926 purchased at Bullocks in Los Angeles. (Sold recently for$37,500)
  • 4th room – “Savior-fair Room” focuses on the “Malletage” (famous Louis Vuitton bag) inspired by the inside of a Vuitton trunk.
  • 5th room – “Backstage” recreates a fashion show’s backstage space, rolling racks of the clothes with some of the actual runway pieces.
  • 6th room – “Infinite Show Room” is a 360 degree projection room showing runway shots of all the 48 looks from this collection, coming at you at every angle and in a continual loop.
  • 7th room – “Accessories Gallery” showcases the accessories on the pure canvas of Marte Mei van Haaster’s scanned, 3-D printed figures alongside heritage pieces.

As you get ready to exit, there is an area for souvenir stickers for you to take home.(The idea for the stickers came from the luggage labels that were often affixed to Vuitton’s trunks in the golden age of transport)  These stickers are images taken from the prints on the white denim pieces in the collection that included a hair dryer, lipstick, headphones, etc.  Everyone also gets a free “Louis Vuitton Series 2” poster.

We tried to take as many pictures as we could for you to see the entire effect.  But if you live in the Los Angeles area I highly recommend you visiting the show as it is a visual treat and you can only get the real experience by being there.  The exhibit closes this weekend on February 22nd, it is located at: 1135 N Highland Ave Los Angeles CA Open 10am – 6pm.

Afterwards we went to dinner at Fig and Olive.  Pascal Lorange is the famous chef behind the food which is influenced by the coastal regions of south of France, Italy and Spain.  It has a beautiful ambiance inside and is very spacious, the great food was amazing and even though it was Valentine’s Day, the service was not that bad.  I would highly recommend this restaurant if you are in New York, Los Angeles or Chicago.  We truly enjoyed our meal and over all had a fantastic Valentine’s Day.

What did you do for Valentine’s Day, I would love to know.

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1st Room – Abstract Title

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2nd Room – Talking Faces

 

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3rd Room – Magic Trunk

 

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Accessories Gallery

 

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Infinite Show Room

 

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Fig & Olive – Melrose Place – West Hollywood

 

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Fig & Olive – Melrose Place

 

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Happy Valentines

 

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Jacket Society was launched in the fall of 2013 by fashion designer Nora Minassian. Jacket Society is about Nora’s passion for classical and stylish easy to wear women’s fashionable jackets and blazers. Nora earned her BA degree in fashion design and merchandising from Otis College of Arts & Design and has worked in the fashion industry for many years, travelling to the fashion capitals of the world to keep up with current fabric and style trends. Nora started this website and fashion blog to showcase and sell her favorite jacket styles that are all designed and manufactured in Los Angeles, California. On this site she will share her experience and knowledge of women’s fashion and present her unique sense of style by giving her fans and customers an opportunity to follow her jacket styling tips and secrets, emphasizing her favorite current and past classical jacket styles and be able to offer selection of her favorites for sale here on her Jacket Society website.

  1. Sounds like an amazing time and very well organized. Interesting to learn how the bags were inspired. What a neat exhibit! I love this neutral look on you with the camel blazer, your signature longer necklaces, jeans and slingbacks! The place for dinner I have heard of, but never went. Sounds like you had a great time, and you always look amazing in jeans!
    from the link up
    please stop by, jess xx
    http://www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com/

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    1. Hi Jess,
      Thank you so much for stopping by!

      Reply

  2. You are just too cute! Love your look! So glad I found your blog!

    Much love, Vanessa
    http://www.whatwouldvwear.net

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    1. Hi Vanessa,
      Thank you so much!

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  3. Great post Nora, I love a great exhibit & the next best thing to being able to view it personally is viewing it online, so thanks. We’ve recently had the John Paul Gaultier here in Melbourne which was amazing. Love your blog & love your style, look forward to all your posts. X

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    1. Hi Kaz,
      Thank you so much for your support, love hearing positive comments from my readers. A Gaultier exhibit sounds amazing, I wish I could have been there.

      Reply

  4. WOW the LV Museum is a work of art and beauty. Lucky you. Great outfit, too!

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    1. Hi Ada,
      Yes it was a work of art…thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

  5. Wow, how did I not know this was going on? It looks so fun, I need to find out how long it runs! Sounds like a fun Valentine’s Day, and you two look so happy 🙂

    Shauna

    http://www.lipglossandlace.net

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    1. Hi Shauna,
      I didn’t know you are in LA area…it runs until this Sunday 2/22, you should try and see it, its well worth it. Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

  6. I didn’t even know that exhibit was happening here in LA! I better go before it ends! Sounds like you had a great Valentine’s!
    xo Adri
    http://www.adrilately.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Adri,
      You should definetly check it out before it closes this Sunday. Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

  7. Sounds like a fabulous time …. great look !! visiting from Style Me Wednesday…

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    1. Hi Celia,
      Yes it was..thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

  8. I love this look and post Nora. What a neat event. Would love to steal those jeans, they are the perfect fit. Brand? And, those shoes have to be Gucci? yes? Went skiing in Vermont for Valentine’s Day and that night it was -12 degrees! I’m so jealous of your tan!

    Thank you for linking up with Shoe and Tell on Style Nudge!!

    Cherie
    http://www.stylenudge.com

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    1. Hi cherie,
      Thank you so much! The jeans are Zara and my sandals are Gucci, you are right 🙂 I feel for you with the winter season you and everyone else is having. In LA it feels like summer, I actually wish it was a bit cooler so we could at least experience some fall/winter….

      Reply

  9. What an amazing venue to showcase everything LV!! You look super pretty and chic in this outfit as usual! Great post Nora.
    Marta
    http://www.sweatersstripesandsweets.com

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    1. Hi Marta,
      Thank you so much!

      Reply

  10. You look great here- classic and fresh. Such a cool exhibit, too!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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    1. Hi Ashley,
      Thank you so much!

      Reply

  11. I think I saw you post about this on IG and I couldn’t wait to read it. How neat to tour Louis Vuitton! I love your camel blazer and your jeans cuffed with heels. Your jewelry is perfect, like always! Happy weekend!

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    1. Hi Carrie,
      Thank you so much for stopping by!

      Reply

  12. What fashionista wouldn’t want to spend Valentine’s Day at a LV exhibit! Bravo! You look wonderful & thanks so much for sharing this with Fun Fashion Friday!
    OXOX
    Dawn Lucy

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    1. Hi Dawn,
      Thank you so much for stopping by!

      Reply

  13. You look stunning in your camel blazer and cuffed jeans! Your exhibit photos look amazing! I would love to see this! Maybe it will come to Chicago…

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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    1. Hi Jill,
      Thank you so much for stopping by!

      Reply

  14. I went and saw the exhibit on Saturday and absolutely loved it. Waited in line for 45 minutes but it was so worth it!

    The Latest. Beauty & Colour

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    1. Hi Caitlin,
      I am glad you got to see it…can’t believe you had to wait in line for 45 min though, but I think its because it is the last weekend its on. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

      Reply

  15. This sounds like such a fun exhibit. I have been hearing great things about Fig & Olive and have been wanting to give it a try. Looks like a great time!

    Alice
    http://www.happinessatmidlife.com

    Hope to see you Thursday for TBT Fashion link up.

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    1. Hi Alice,
      You should definetly try Fig & Olive, its worth it. Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

  16. What a fun Valentine’s date! You looked absolutely gorgeous!

    Thanks for linking up with me at Tucker Up!

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    1. Hi Sarah,
      Thank you so much!

      Reply

  17. how fun, I would love to see that exhibit. Try not to be surprised when I say I love that jacket, it is spectacular. Thanks for linking up and hope to see you this week

    Reply

    1. Hi Linda,
      Thank you so much!

      Reply

  18. A very versatile blazer. In addition to jeans, it would look great with dress pants or a pencil skirt. Thanks for linking up at Who’s Wearing What Wednesdays at Pastries, Pumps and Pi!

    Reply

    1. Hi Tameka,
      Thank you for stopping by!

      Reply

  19. Hi Nora

    I’ve just come across your blog & as a fellow lover of jackets love how you style your outfits, with this outfit in particular being one of my favourites.
    Jane xx

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    1. Hi Jane,
      Thank you, I am glad to have a fellow jacket lover 🙂

      Reply

  20. Love this outfit! Where did you get the jacket, top, jeans and shoes?

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    1. Hi Nanacy,
      I normally put all my outfit details in the bottom of the blog story, unfortunately with this story there were so many pictures, I forgot…The jacket is from Zara and I first showed it on the blog in October here https://www.jacketsociety.com/a-garden-party-dinner-in-downtown-los-angeles/ . I am not sure if there will be any more of them in the stores since they did go on sale for the holidays. The jeans and the top are also Zara. My sandals are Gucci. Thank you for stopping by!

      Reply

  21. Sounds like a wonderful event…love your outfit especially the jacket btw what brand is your blouse. Please do tell! Love how effortlessly it goes with your camel jacket.

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    1. Hi Joanna,
      It was a fabulous event, my top and jacket are both Zara. I bought the top on their holiday sale so they may not have any more. I normally add my outfit details at the end of my post but somehow I forgot to do it on this post…thanks so much for stopping by.

      Reply

  22. […] Jacket Society visited the Louis Vuitton Exhibit in Los Angeles looking very chic and fresh in a neutral jacket, white blouse, jeans and gold accessories. […]

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  23. CA my home state!! Those pictures came out AMAZING…the natural light? or lighting in there was great!! Thanks for linking up to Fashion Caché Friday. Hope to see you this week!

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    1. Hi Christina,
      Thank you so much for stopping by!

      Reply

  24. What a fun day! This is my kind of exhibit 😉

    michellespaige.com

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    1. Hi Michelle,
      It was a great exhibit, thank you for stopping by.

      Reply

  25. Hi, love the look. Can you please share where the top, jeans and jewelry are from.

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    1. Hi Lousie,
      The top and the jeans are both from Zara. The Jewlery is two necklaces combined together and I dont really remember I have had them for a few years, I belive one was Ann Taylor. We have similar gold and pearl necklace on our web site right now if you are interested in checking it out.

      Reply

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