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Louis Vuitton's Les Petits Nomades Stops by Rodeo Drive

By Sarah Bray | October 5, 2018 | Style & Beauty National

Louis Vuitton challenges the world's leading contemporary designers to create objects for the home.

les-petits-nomades.jpgLeather origami flowers, price upon request, by Atelier Oï at louisvuitton.com

At a sprightly 164 years old, Louis Vuitton has yet to veer from innovation. To keep creating ageless and iconic pieces such as its LV-monogrammed trunks, the Parisian luxury goods house often taps the world’s top creative talents. This year, the brand pushes its leather envelope with a series of small-scale objects by designers Humberto and Fernando Campana, Atelier Oï, Patricia Urquiola and Marcel Wanders as part of its Les Petits Nomades (translation: The Little Nomads) collection, which is hitting the road and stopping by Miami’s Design District Louis Vuitton store, plus boutiques in Aspen, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York and Orange County.



Photography by: PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON