The building is decorated with colorful dots in the artist's signature style.
Louis Vuitton continues to hold large-scale installations worldwide to support its new collaboration with 93-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
A giant figure of Kusama has appeared on the facade of Louis Vuitton's flagship store on the Champs-Elysées in Paris these days. The Art Deco building, built in 1912, also features Kusama-inspired multicolored dots.
Decorations dominate the entire façade, "jumping" across the terraces and windows of the building. An artist's sculpture overhangs the store from the side as if hanging its design elements. At the pedestrian level, metal spheres hover near the entrance to the mono store, and the flagship storefronts are also adorned with distinctive multicolored features.
This is not the first action LV has taken as part of its long-awaited collaboration with Kusama. Previously, the fashion house took over a huge billboard in Tokyo and launched a moving robot in a store on 5th Avenue in New York. The LV x Yayoi Kusama collection is currently available in the brand's stores.
Photo: Faye Mcleod