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Take a Tour of Louis Vuitton's New Parisian Exhibit

By: Matthew Biehl|December 11, 2015

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All the drawers you could ever need.

Keep all of your dressy accessories in one place.

Trunks, bags and a wardrobe fit for the sea.

This is not a mirage. Take a tea break with Louis Vuitton in the desert.

Hangers and drawers make packing a breeze.

A well-travelled, and well-loved, steamer trunk.

The inner workings of a trunk from 1906 laid bare.

Simple initials won’t do, Paul Poiret wanted you to know this trunk was his.

No matter where in the world you go, this trunk gives you a place to get ready in the morning.

Once completely unfolded, this crocodile-covered briefcase served as a ladies’ vanity.

Gaston-Louis Vuitton’s library trunk kept books, and incredibly, a typewriter at hand.

Talk about a Dopp kit on steroids — this briefcase acted as a man’s toiletries bag.

Helmut Lang designed this LP DJ Box in celebration of the 100th anniversary of LV’s Monogram canvas.

Photos courtesy of Louis Vuitton
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