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Louis Vuitton opens in Place Vendôme, Qatar

Louis Vuitton announces the opening of its latest store in the newly-opened Place Vendôme.

14 years after the inauguration of its first store in the Qatari capital, Louis Vuitton opens its second store in the highly awaited mall located in Lusail. The two-floor store – now Louis Vuitton’s biggest in the Middle East - will also be one of the three stores in the region with an Objets Nomades offer.

Doha’s newest travel destination In a land where tradition meets modernity, where heritage is preserved and the future embraced, locals and visitors alike are now transported to a distinctly Qatari reimagination of Paris’s most famous neoclassical square in the newly inaugurated Place Vendôme.

French Savoir-Faire meets Qatari Excellence Taking pride of place in the heart of the mall,

the Louis Vuitton store’s imposing facade takes inspiration from the Maison’s tubular fragrance packaging. With nearly 14,000 cylinders placed individually, each has a monogram diamond flower cut-out, through which the meticulously placed lights beam. Collectively, the details create an impression of liquid gold.

This newest store flaunts an expansive collection of Louis Vuitton universes. Clients are welcomed through two entrances leading into either the Men’s or Women’s Leather Goods. The store is divided into two floors, the ground focused on the Women’s and Men’s universes, and the second floor the Salon Privé and the White Box - an exhibition room which will be rotated every six months.

Louis Vuitton and Art is also a prominent pairing, visible through various works by internationally renowned artists adorning the walls, including by Carla Sá Fernandes and Pierre Malbec.

Entering into the compelling display of Women’s leather goods, the walls are devoted to shelves showcasing the Maison’s emblematic designs, centering around a custom-built Marble Table

by Italian atelier Budri.

Passing through in Women’s Ready to Wear, new collections and special editions find their place, including Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest collection “Spring in the City” – the perfect seasonal wardrobe, from city break to coastal getaway. Other collections include LV Match

and LV Silhouette, among others.

For the Men’s universe, clients will find the Louis Vuitton Pre-Spring 2023 Men’s Collection, which offers a wide selection of pieces from ready-to-wear, leather goods and accessories.

Upstairs, the Salon Privé, which includes three large salons, awaits to host our clients with bespoke experiences all while overlooking the dancing fountains of Place Vendôme. Each room is finished with striking art and Objets Nomades.

The Louis Room includes furniture and a rug by India Mahdavi, and designs by Atelier Oï. The Vivienne room features artwork by Lautaro Cuttica and Atelier Biagetti’s Anemona table. The Gaston room displays artwork by Somsak Hanumas and a Billiard table.

Inspired by the desert, the grand design of this first White Box is in collaboration with Patricia Urquiola, who first showcased the concept at the Louis Vuitton store in the Miami Design District. Clients will be able to experience the extensive display of Objets Nomades by the Spanish designer such as the Palaver & Swing chair. Guests can also discover the nuance of Qatar’s National Museum Architecture and the Desert Rose curated within the assemble.

Bespoke offer JEWELLERY

Blue Sapphire, Pink Sapphire and Tsavorite, from the House’s High Jewelry collections crown the new store offer along with an exclusive Fine Jewelry bracelet with a cord in the Qatari flag’s Bordeaux colour.


An exclusive blue and yellow interpretation

of the Maison’s crocodile precious leather Sahara finish will be available on the Capucines mini and Rendez-Vous mini in the new store.

Along with a wide selection of exotic pieces, including limited seasonal animations and a rainbow of permanent colours. There will also be a selection of Men’s Crocodile leather goods.

Objets Nomades

A wide offer of Objets Nomades can now be found in the Place Vendôme store, its VIC salons and White Box.

For the opening of the store, the White Box has been imaged in collaboration with Patricia Urquiola, the renowned Spanish designer, and long-standing Louis Vuitton collaborator.

She has designed three emblematic pieces for Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades: the Swing Chair, the Palaver Chair and the Overlay Bowls.

Within her work at Louis Vuitton, she has shown a pronounced taste for colour, mixing different materials and combining simplicity with sophisticated savoir-faire details.

Other exceptional Objets Nomades on display include the Anemona Table by Atelier Biagetti; the Lune Chair and the Diamond Modules by Marcel Wanders; Zanellato/Bortotto’s Lanterns; the Serpentine Table and Hammock by Atelier Oi, the Bulbo, Cocoon and Bomboca by the Campana Brothers, the Concertina Table and Chairs from Raw Edges, and India Mahdavi’s Talisman Table

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