The Beauty of Edible Things
An ode to Louis who turned a necessity into something beautiful, a project that decontextualizes food and shows how incredibly beautiful and mesmerizing it can be. There are so many opinions on what to eat, what not to eat, and how much or how little, that food becomes a good or a bad decision. This project is about its pure beauty. The next time you eat something, you might let your senses take the lead and be surprised by its flavour, texture, and look.

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the founder's birth, Louis Vuitton invited 200 individuals from around the world and across disciplines to share their visions, desires, fears, and reflections. We offered the trunk, in its purest state and stripped of all trimmings, as a metaphorical blank canvas or vessel to artists, architects, writers, musicians, designers, and many more. What we received back and collected over a year is a reflection of the diverse and beautiful human spirit. It is an amalgamation of the past, present, and future: 200 original expressions contemplating where we came from, where we are and where we might be headed. The beautifully produced Louis 200 catalogue presents the 200 designs by talents as diverse as Frank Gehry, Gloria Steinem, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Carolien Niebling, Jean-Philippe Delhomme and Nigo.

200 Trunks, 200 Visionaires
One year window-shop-travel in over 500 Louis Vuitton shops worldwide. 
Exhibition in Singapore and Beverly hills amongst new places to come.
Louis Catalogue 

Images by Carolien Niebling