The exhibition space, which was built by Fisher Productions, comprises a series of rooms, with each representing a particular element of the new collection, as well as creative director Nicolas Ghesquière’s inspirations behind them.
Guests can visit a specially created walk-in wardrobe to view key pieces from the new collection, which are secured using clear cases, meanwhile an almost empty room lined with oversized catwalk images houses a white Louis Vuitton case in its centre. The case contains Ghesquière’s creative influences for the collection.
There is all-white room complete with mannequins wearing accessories from the range, including belts, bags and luggage, and multiple digital screens display the original catwalk show, which took place in Paris in March.
Elsewhere, a white geodesic dome similar to the one built for the original AW 2015/16 fashion show has been constructed. Guests can step inside the dome to learn about the collection, with voiceovers delivered by Adèle Exarchopoulos.
A visual collage has been created in another room to showcase the collection’s accompanying campaign imagery, which was shot by Juergen Teller and Bruce Weber.
Fisher Productions has been working with Louis Vuitton to bring the exhibition to life over the past two months, and the company handled the three-week build.
The exhibition space is set to host various talks throughout its residency, and a team of Fisher project managers will remain on-site to ensure these run smoothly.
The exhibition is located at 180 Strand in London, adjacent to Somerset House. It is open until 18 October, and entry is free.