“Volez Voguez Voyagez,” an exhibition by Louis Vuitton at 86 Trinity Place in New York, showcases the luxury fashion house’s own journey through some of its most well-known symbols and iconic objects. As DuJour Magazine explains:
The Exhibit details Louis Vuitton’s 280-mile sojourn to Paris, which he made on foot from the mountainous forest of his home in Anchay at the age of 13, as well as his son Georges’s 1893 cross-Atlantic sail to attend the Chicago World’s Fair. The multi room experience also traces the evolution of the brand’s designs, from the prototype of the infamous LV trunk, later used by the likes of Charles Lindbergh and Ernest Hemingway, to its status as a must-have travel accessory.
Find out more here, and check out some photos from the exhibit: