Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades | Fuorisalone 2019

by Paulette Ely

The Louis Vuitton Objets Nomade’s collection has been every visionary vacationer’s delight in life. Since it’s launch in 2012, the collection has grown to forty-five limited edition objects of odyssey that turn to gold from the touch of the fingertips of some of fashion’s most elite. The most recent collection was shown at the Palazzo Serebelloni in Milan, and it ushered in two new studios: Atelier Biagetti and Zanellato/Bortotto. The idea of objects stretched to architecture for the on-the-go as Fuorisalone was home to the house’s collaboration with Sigeru Ban’s Temporary Paper Structure. Blue Louis Vuitton leather laced the legs of Atelier Oi’s Serpentine dining table on display, being just another example of how the collection is an ode to original LV and its worldwide influential explorations. The new Objects Nomade’s include: Happy Chairs by Raw Edges, Venitian suspended lamp by Marcel Wanders, Woven sofa, vase, and chair by Marcel Wanders, Chair and puff by the Campana brothers, and Plateaux/Tray by India Mahdavi.


Photo credit: Louis Vuitton / Stephane Muratet