For many brands and consumers, Louis Vuitton‘s retail experience has set the bar. From New York City’s Fifth Avenue store, to its opulent location in Yekaterinburg, Russia, futuristic display in Tokyo, Japan and iconic presence in its Champs-Elysées location in France, the brand’s store fronts have been in integral part of its legacy and story.
To tell this tale, the French-luxury goods manufacturer is releasing the book Louis Vuitton: Architecture And Interiors (Rizzoli), a retrospective look at some of its most iconic spaces. Told through a series of photos, sketches, anecdotes and commentary from some of the brand’s most prominent architects including Peter Marino and Jun Aok, Louis Vuitton: Architecture And Interiors will be released this fall and retail for $85 for the standard version. A limited-edition offering will be available for $130.