In Brief

The iconic French design house lets visitors experience the brand's past, present and future in its traveling Time Capsule exhibit

Fashion empire Louis Vuitton will be taking its illustrious heritage on the road with a six-part “Time Capsule” exhibit. The exhibit will come to LA, debuting in Westfield Century City and will open to the public on May 18, running until June 10.

This is not the world premier of “Time Capsule,” as it has already exhibited in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Berlin, Singapore, Dubai and Shanghai in 2017 and Melbourne and Madrid this year, but it is its first stop in North America.The exhibit comprises six parts to be viewed chronologically, titled The Keys to the Codes, Journeys Around the World, Elegance in Motion, Icons of the House, Magic Malle and the Artisans Room, and serve to take museum goers through Louis Vuitton’s innovative design history.

“Time Capsule” will show Louis Vuitton’s archive beginning in 1854 up until the present day. The exhibit is more than just a compendium of the brand’s history— it is an experiential look into what has made it possible for Louis Vuitton to remain at the forefront of modernity over the brand’s lifetime.

Louis Vuitton

Fashion empire Louis Vuitton will be taking its illustrious heritage on the road with a six-part “Time Capsule” exhibit. The exhibit will come to LA, debuting in Westfield Century City and will open to the public on May 18, running until June 10.

This is not the world premier of “Time Capsule,” as it has already exhibited in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Berlin, Singapore, Dubai and Shanghai in 2017 and Melbourne and Madrid this year, but it is its first stop in North America.The exhibit comprises six parts to be viewed chronologically, titled The Keys to the Codes, Journeys Around the World, Elegance in Motion, Icons of the House, Magic Malle and the Artisans Room, and serve to take museum goers through Louis Vuitton’s innovative design history.