Louis Vuitton Spider web windows, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

July 15th, 2013 by retail design blog

After exploring the traveling elements, the house’s monogram codes, and poetic value in the January display, something unexpected and surprising comes from Louis Vuitton window display look. Insect – living creatures that has no glamour aesthetic, mostly disgusting and dangerous – is becoming the main inspiration. The main windows are depicting a corner of a blank room, perhaps unused one or the owner is too lazy to do cleaning, with a spider web hanging on the walls.

LV latest collections of leather goods are just put in a small shelving point, very minimal compared to the spacious window space. This very simple window display decoration is anticipated with ultra artistic light box with all different insects you ever know appear. Those insects are made from bags, belts, scarves, and other Louis Vuitton accessories collection, put and arranged in a certain way and then photographed and photoshop-ed to make the imagery of a mosquito or a bug. Bravo!

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