Video: Louis Vuitton – “Hong Kong Time Textures”


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Louis Vuitton used the reopening of their Pacific Place store in Hong Kong on December 5 as an opportunity to reflect on how places and cities can define our experience of time. This effect was nicely woven together via a short visual film that combines images from throughout Hong Kong representing the rhythm – or texture – of life, both when the beat and tempo is quick and when it slows to crawl, the luxury brand. Louis Vuitton first arrived in Hong Kong in 1979 and closed to redesign and grow their flagship store in city to three stories, including a made-to-order salon, a private jewelry and watch display, and a new service providing customers the opportunity to customize their own bag.

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