Louis Vuitton lands in Marbella with summer pop-up store
French luxury label Louis Vuitton has boosted its presence in Spain this summer: to its temporary shop in Ibiza, inaugurated last May, the label has added another pop-up store in the resort of Marbella.
Louis Vuitton has set up shop for the summer at the Marbella Club hotel in the Costa del Sol resort. The store is split in two distinct sections, both on the same floor, accessible from the hotel complex's garden, and it commercialises the label's menswear and womenswear lines, as well as leather goods, footwear and other accessories from the next Fall/Winter collection.
The store will be open every day until the end of the summer season, and its interiors feature materials like leather, wood and rattan, “underlining the value of craftsmanship together with colourful fabrics, and offering an insight into luxury within an atmosphere that is perfectly suited to the hotel's amazing location,” said Louis Vuitton in a press release.
Among the décor’s stand-out elements, a blue table designed by Atelier Biagetti that hints at rolling waves with its undulating base, and interlinked leather lamps from the Zanellato/Bortotto design studio that create a play of light and form.
In addition to the Marbella pop-up store, Louis Vuitton has a permanent presence in the area with a shop in Puerto Banús, a marina that is home to stores by luxury labels like Gucci, Hermès, Dior, Loewe and Saint Laurent.
Louis Vuitton, a few months ago named “the French brand with the highest valuation” (it was valued at €20.2 billion), was founded in Paris in 1854 and is the flagship label of French luxury group LVMH. The group comprises more than 70 labels and, in Q1 2022, after posting record results in 2021, increased its sales by 29% year-on-year to reach €18.0 billion.
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