“People feel cheered by color, and there is a direct relation between bright colors and sales,” said Peter Marino, who has been working with Louis Vuitton since 1994.
The project marks the Pritzker Architecture Prize winner’s first building in South Korea.
Items from the home and studio of Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne will go under the hammer in Paris on Oct. 23 and 24.
The French label has moved up Munich’s luxe shopping boulevard to a new two-story space, with interiors designed by every premium brand’s favorite architect, Peter Marino.
The 47th annual President’s Dinner was co-chaired by design greats Bunny Williams and Jamie Drake.
Located on Via Montenapoleone and restyled by Peter Marino, the store emphasizes the city’s Thirties design and architect.
The store will be the testing ground for innovations in omnichannel retail technology, which Chanel is developing with Farfetch.
The French luxury brand gathers product categories under one roof.