With its iconic vintage monogrammed trunks in tow, Louis Vuitton settles into a design-minded new boutique.
The look of Louis: The rebooted King of Prussia Mall storefront boasts golden hues, contemporary furnishings, and nods to the label’s luxe heritage.
One doesn’t just “put away” their Louis Vuitton items. They carefully display, arrange, even exhibit their designer treasures somewhere conspicuous for random acts of admiration. At the new Louis Vuitton, a corner boutique splashed in subtle shades of gold, right down to the exterior flower pattern panels, in the new wing of the King of Prussia Mall, the interior design question at hand was not where to place the entirety of the maison—men’s and women’s leather goods, shoes, accessories, fine jewelry—but how.
In the Travel Room, Philadelphia jetsetters can gawk at vintage trunks and the rainbow luggage tag wall while shopping the label’s new Horizon rolling luggage collection (on-site hot stamping personalization is a must). A wall of the shop was turned over to formally fête the arrival of Les Parfums Louis Vuitton, the label’s first fragrance collection since the 1940s.
Elsewhere, the arrangement of low-slung seating, warm-hued wood, and staggered display alcoves feel more like a luxurious living room than a retail boutique. You may not be able to put up your feet—even in your LV loafers—but this living room is worth spending some time in. King of Prussia Mall, 610-992-0392