Vuitton’s Renovation of Fifth Avenue Finally Completed


If you have shopped recently at Louis Vuitton’s New York flagship you may have noticed the strange detour taken in order to get to the top floor. The disruption was the final stages of the entire 5th Avenue boutique which has finally ended.  Vuitton will unveil the entire completed space just in time for holiday shopping. Redesigned by the king of sleek New York boutiques, Peter Marino, who had all the furniture made exclusively for the New York flagship. The renovation adds even more elegance to the experience of shopping at the French luxury goods retailer.

In order to celebrate the occasion AND to promote selling ( well it is the holidays!), the French luxury goods purveyor is offering some unique pieces for the customers of the NY boutique. For the men’s universe they have a chic back pack, a calf hair sneaker and a watch all with a blue and white “trunk” stripe to accent the Damier pattern. The watch has New York engraved on the back of its case in honor of the shop.

Other exclusive and limited edition products include a Monogram hard-sided trunk with custom (NY) taxicab yellow lining, wardrobe trunk, whisky trunk and exotic hard-sided to name a few.

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Monogram hardsided trunk with exclusive yellow lining – Alzer 70 – – $8,250



‘Front Row’ sneaker in Damier embossed matte and suede calf leather:



All three mens pieces have a blue and white ‘trunk’ stripe accent inspired by the Men’s Pre-Spring 2016 Collection by Kim Jones. A second wave of men’s exclusives are expected to arrive in-store in January and the offer includes Camo Blouson, Camo T-shirt and ‘Front Row’ sneakers in exclusive red/blue Camo print inspired by the Men’s Spring/Summer 2016 Collection.