We are closing out Thanksgiving weekend, and our holiday spent in NYC was oh-so-fabulous. It really was. It felt, quiet, cozy, restful, yet adventurous at the same time. To escape the touristy Thanksgiving crowds, we headed downtown, to check out the Louis Vuitton VVV Exhibit, which was nothing short of amazing. To our surprise, it was the best time to go. It wasn’t crowded. It was just perfect.
The exhibit told the story of the famous, French designer, Louis Vuitton, who owned and created is own luxury, retail brand of high end handbags in 1854. He got his start, inspired by the travel industry, producing luxury trunks, which are showcased throughout the exhibit. As one of the most famous fashion houses, the luxury brand creates trunks, luggage, handbags, small leather goods, ready to wear, jewelry, shoes, and eyewear. The exhibit takes you through each of the different means of travel from train, airplane, and automobile, showcasing the types of bags created during each time period, while promoting the current collections and collaborations as well. The bags were breathtaking, the clothing was gorgeous, and I found the history of the brand to be truly inspiring. If you happen to be in NYC over the holidays, I’d highly recommend checking out the exhibit. It is open until January 7th, 2018, and admission is free to the public. Reservations can be made online here. I hope you had a lovely holiday Thanksgiving, beauties. xx