The remodeling took over a year and was designed by Peter Marino and directed by LV’s Creative Director Nicholas Ghesquière, bringing back the brands heritage and showcasing the history. Think wood accents, cream carpets and plush seating as you take a look at the pictures. Right in front of the entrance, customers will be greeted by a hot pink art piece by artist Aaron Curry.
One other very cool feature about the flagship store is that customers will be able to utilize the Haute Maroquinerie salon which offers shoppers customizable Louis Vuitton styles and can choose from different colors, textures, exotic fabrics, etc. Of course the price varies as you pick and choose not to mention this is the first store to offer such service in California.
The store has a total of three floors which include men’s ready-to-wear, shoe salon,and women’s ready-to-wear, plus a VIP room where we will for sure find some of Hollywood’s A-list celebrities and Beverly Hills top spenders.