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Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton Ginza Namiki

For Louis Vuitton Ginza Namiki, Jun Aoki and Peter Marino architecturally collaborated to present a jaw-dropping facade and interiors that reveal the house’s design codes. The inspiring corner space, occupied by the house since 1981, interprets the reflections of water—poetic,  playful; and shiningly rhythmic. Outside, undulating surfaces welcome guests in, shifting color and texture to the staircase, fixtures, and details on all four floors. Complementing the retail offering is a permanent pop-up space for seasonal activations of new arrivals, and the store’s upper level is dedicated to private salons. Here, guests can also explore Le Café V, where Chef Yosuke Suga collaborates for the second time with the house.

Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying Le Chocolat V, the first-ever line of Louis Vuitton chocolates, at Le Café V.

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