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Publisher: Beri  Page view::1216  2021-06-22


To show the brand's 2021 spring and summer men's wear,

Louis Vuitton has installed a grand container concept in Miami,
This includes the design of Virgil abloh.

The brand's creative approach has been praised for a long time,
The selection of containers to build the clothing exhibition

cabinet will make the container work get a real breakthrough.







The project includes a spectacle and a total of 20 HC containers,
All containers have custom-made steel structure with frame, insulation, interior finish,
Electricity and alternating current on double doors.

The types of openings used are 20 'and 40' open sides and 20 'double door containers.






These transport containers contain and construct fashion designers'

latest retail concept: zoooom adventure with friends.
The display containers used are all from Tokyo and Shanghai,

where the ss21 series is displayed for Louis Vuitton Mens for the first time.
The exhibition project is developing worldwide, providing customers

with the opportunity to taste six new series.





The first stop of abloh is in the design area of Miami, USA,
The caravan of the exhibition has Carnival quality,
The inflatable mascot created with clothes on the top of the container also adds color to the project,
Giant humanoid inflators make you want to reach out and see if they're alive.





The project is a new installation for Louis Vuitton men's wear exhibition, 

which was planned by artistic director Virgil abloh,
This temporary device follows abloh's most creative pop-up window and installation method,
This includes the green slime store highlighting the fall and winter 2019 collection. 

The exhibition brings absloh's animated film zoooom with friends to life,
This short film mainly tells the story of a series of animated characters hiding in LV containers.





Pictures courtesy of  Modular and Prefabricated Shipping Containers