After its appearance in Wuhan in 2020 and Hangzhou in 2021, today we invite you to ‘SEELV’, Louis Vuitton’s retrospective that covers 150 years of the famed house’s history. Explore this stunning exhibition through our eyes while it resides in Dubai from Feb 4th until March 7th. We delved into the world of Louis Vuitton through immersive and interactive digital experiences, and here are the 5 things that perfectly highlighted the Maison’s heritage and recent creations.

1 | Anadol

The digital portrait of a young Louis Vuitton conceived by artist Refik Anadol using artificial intelligence. The artist’s projects are made through data-driven machine learning algorithms that create abstract art. Be sure to check him out!

2 | Abloh & Ghesquiere

The reverse chronological selection of men’s and women’s pieces created by Virgil Abloh and Nicolas Ghesquiere, through one look from their first and last fashion shows.

3 | Worth

The exquisite gown by Charles Frederick Worth standing alongside a historical trunk from 1906.

The wall featuring the most iconic bags, from the Steamer to the Speedy, and images of the brand’s celebrity friends like Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Regina King and more. Our favorite is still Jeff Koon’s collaboration featuring the Mona Lisa from the Montaigne collection, because we love carrying art!

5 | The Trunk

The iconic wardrobe trunk from 1925 featured alongside Louis Vuitton’s major contributions to the various luggage typologies, right up to the invention of their 2055 raincoat tent.