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Louis Vuitton Goes Tow Motor Chic in Tokyo

Louis Vuitton Goes Tow Motor Chic in Tokyo
Design & Architecture
Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 2 june 2009

Not long ago we wrote about the question posed at the BMW Design Talk, ‘Is modesty the new luxury?’. Louis Vuitton seems to be taking the idea to heart with the opening of their new temporary shop in Tokyo called Louis Vuitton Underground. Forget fancy custom store fixtures, all the bags and accessories are displayed on wood crates and plain shelving. Personally we give them extra points for including a bright yellow tow motor and lots of caution tape.

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