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Louis Vuitton Lights CityCenter Façade in Honor of the New Store Opening


On Wednesday, December 2nd Louis Vuitton will illuminate the special light display at Louis Vuitton CityCenter signifying the opening of the new store at Crystals. Inspired by the vibrant, ever changing nature of the Las Vegas “strip”, the façade comes alive at night with a dazzling light show made by over 4,000 LEDs.

“Louis Vuitton has been present in the United States since 1988 and we are proud to open the 134th store in North America at CityCenter in Las Vegas,” said Daniel Lalonde, President and CEO of Louis Vuitton North America. “The CityCenter store is very special as it reflects the spirit of Las Vegas and the architecture of CityCenter, yet still remains true to the heritage of Louis Vuitton. This will be our first location on Las Vegas Boulevard; the first store in Las Vegas opened in 1988.”

This will be the largest store in North America and the 5th largest location worldwide. The new store will be the 16th global store in North America, carrying all of the Louis Vuitton product categories including an array of leather goods from the traditional and innovative collections of luggage and city bags, ready-to-wear, shoes, watches, jewelry, sunglasses, textiles, and accessories.

On the evening of December 2nd, Daniel Lalonde will first light the facade, which will run for 5 minutes at 11:00 pm, following the private dinner in the store to celebrate the opening. The illuminated facade will begin again at midnight that evening and will run every night from sunset to sunrise. Starting December 3rd, the light show can be viewed on www.louisvuitton.com and on the official Facebook page: The Art of Travel by Louis Vuitton.

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Louis Vuitton
Crystals at City Center, Suite 103
3720 Las Vegas Blvd., South
LAS VEGAS NV 89109
NEVADA
UNITED STATES

Image via gis.jummy @ Flickr

 

  • Jonathan

    oh man. Fabulous

  • Isaiah

    I love it! You can tell a Daniel Libeskind building from a mile away