The exhibit displays designs from 1854 to the present day. It is also broken into five sections, namely Codes of the House, Journeys around the World, Elegance and Beauty in Motion, Louis Vuitton and the Arts, and Magic Malle.
What caught my interest was the vintage Louis Vuitton Exploration Bed Trunk. It is camper bed which can be folded into a trunk. Looks like glamping started way back! A friendly guide explained that the design dates back to 1905 when explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza commisioned for a camp bed for his travels. It reportedly weighs about 65kg.
I liked a lot of their designs such as the tea box, hanging wardrobe, jewellery box, and the steamer trunk. The steamer trunk reminded me of Professor Lupin's self-packing trunk in Harry Potter. In Louis Vuitton and the Arts section, there is a red skateboard covered with the signature LV logo in white.
The last room is a psychedelic display of everything Louis Vuitton. There is also an animated trunk in the middle of the room featuring colourful signature patterns of the luxury House. I also got to witness an artisan demonstrating leatherwork skills practiced in the past century that is still relevant today.