For his contribution to 200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries — an immersive exhibit celebrating Louis Vuitton’s 200th Birthday — artist and founder of Brooklyn Balloon Company Robert Moy molded ordinary rubber balloons into a sculpture that reveals the pliability and shape-shifting capabilities of the colorful birthday party decorations. Continue reading Eye On Design: Brooklyn Balloon Company-Designed Louis Vuitton Trunk
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Stephen Sprouse is widely regarded as the artist and fashion designer who brought counterculture style to a broader American audience. A high-profile member of New York’s art, fashion and music scene, he rose to prominence in the early Eighties with his revolutionary fusion of uptown sophistication and downtown punk sensibility, gritty street style and glamorous high fashion. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Louis Vuitton Stephen Sprouse’ Graffiti Trunk By Marc Jacobs
I spent a couple of very fun and visually stimulating hours yesterday at the Louis Vuitton: 200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries exhibit, which is staged across three floors at the former location of Barneys on Madison Avenue and 61st Street. Admission is free and you can reserve your timed entry at This Link! This experience is very highly recommended by me!
In case you’re curious, the trunk featured in this room, by photographer Francesca Sorrenti, is below.
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