They say that London never sleeps. And that could not be any more true. Let’s just say that Louis Vuitton totally took over my Instagram on Sunday, the 11th of October 2015. What’s this hype all about surrounding this French fashion house?
I am talking about the Louis Vuitton Series 3 Exhibition at 180 Strand adjacent to Somerset House. When word got around about this highly fashionable spectacle, I jumped at the opportunity to see it for my eyes especially when this event is open to the public with free admission.
At LSE, juggling all the extra co-curricular activities and academic studies can certainly be overwhelming and challenging. But student life is so much more than just that. This is why it is extremely important to ensure that you do take some time off for yourself to do things that you enjoy so that you will be relaxed and energised for what’s ahead of you. Student life at LSE is so fascinating because there are just so many things you can do in one of the world’s best cities! Something is always going on and most importantly, there is always something for everyone.
For me, why not take some time off to enjoy the spectacular creativity, art and artisanal craft created by one of the world’s best luxury brands? Located just around the corner from LSE’s Clement House, there is no excuse for any LSE student to not have gone to the Louis Vuitton Series 3 exhibition.
Clearly known as one of the fashion capitals of the world, London is THE destination to host this unconventional exhibition which I hugely enjoyed. What I loved was how different this exhibition was compared to all the other exhibitions I have ever been to. It was such a modern and unexpected reinterpretation of a fashion show and it really does allow you to get lost in the world of Louis Vuitton. In fact, you will feel like you’re literally sitting front row beside Anna Wintour at London Fashion Week.
Louis Vuitton is also an incredibly innovative brand by giving the public an immersive digital experience that showcases not only the past and present but also the future of where this brand is truly going to take us all.
Simply put, Nicholas Ghesquière’s inspirations for the Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 women show as the Artistic Director for women’s collections was simply stunning and effortless. One of a kind, genius he is. The best part is that I also got two Louis Vuitton stickers of my own personal choice for free which is a nice remembrance gift to bring home and show my friends and family reminding them of the fabulous time that I had.
What a fantastic Sunday and looking forward to more Sundays like that to come…