What to get the people who want it all, have it all, and have seen it all.
On a clear evening in Beverly Hills, at a $100 million palace designed by Paul McClean that is, fittingly, called Opus, a handful of deep pocketed locals wandered the grounds. It wasn’t the food that wooed the attendees (although, in very un-L.A. fashion, everyone ate the deconstructed key lime dessert), it was Louis Vuitton. Experiences are the trend du jour at the top levels of fashion, and the French luxury goods giant had managed to take the concept to new heights—literally, as the house offers sweeping views of Los Angeles. Maison Beverly Hills, as the event was called, was an immersive shopping experience that would be open for one-on-one appointments to the most discerning clients for just two weeks, with the very best in furniture, decor, hard-sided trunks, and exotic leather curiosities flown in from around the world for their perusal, and, if all went according to plan, acquisition.
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December 2018 / January 2019