Louis Vuitton Brings 'Muses' to Tokyo

The French house will stage a high-tech exhibition dedicated to six ground-breaking women later this month.

STAY TUNED: Louis Vuitton will stage a high-tech exhibition dedicated to six “Timeless Muses” in Tokyo later this month.

The French house is taking over part of the luxury hotel in the recently refurbished Tokyo Station for three weeks to feature six women who dare “to move frontiers.” The roster consists of Catherine Deneuve, Kate Moss, Sofia Coppola, novelist Françoise Sagan, architect Charlotte Perriand and 19th-century French Empress consort Eugénie de Montijo.

Vuitton will invite those visiting the interactive exhibition to wear masks that use polarized lenses and white-screen technology to enhance the experience. The show will kick off with a party Aug. 29.

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