The fashion house will publish a book of insights from the brand's distinguished architects and never-seen-before sketches, blueprints, and mock-ups of retail spaces.

Louis Vuitton, in collaboration with parent company LVMH, launches Louis Vuitton – Architecture and Interiors in an effort to promote the arts. The 304-page publication includes insights from the brand's distinguished architects such as Peter Marino, Christian de Portzamparc, and Jun Aoki; and never-seen-before sketches, blueprints, and mock-ups of retail spaces. At $85, devoted fans can own the beautifully-bound book, or if they want to shell out $130, the limited edition features three separate photographs on the cover to coincide with the three monogrammed fabric slipcases – gold, silver, and copper. The book is available in Louis Vuitton retail locations and speciality book stores starting October 1.

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