From Paris to Palm Springs: Louis Vuitton Unveils Cruise Collection

From Paris to Palm Springs: Louis Vuitton Unveils Cruise Collection
The show will take place on Wednesday evening in the Palm Springs landmark, designed by the great modernist architect John Lautner. The more than 400 guests of the designer including clients, high-level media and A-list celebrities, will call Palm Springs home for several days leading up to and following the fashion show.

This event is a collective effort of partners across Palm Springs, including Locations 760 and the KiP group for location scouting and consulting, and local beauty retailer, The Body Deli.

Perched in the Southridge Mountains overlooking Palm Springs, this iconic and futuristic estate is hosting a fashion show for the first time in its history. Considered as the largest private estate in Palm Springs, it was designed for Bob and Dolores Hope, by John Lautner, a renowned architect whose work in Southern California is celebrated for its technical prowess and spectacular, sensual and progressive lines. A legend among Palm Springs estates, it is also famous for its major architectural interest, so characteristic of Desert Modernism. The estate was built to resemble a volcano, with three visor-like arches and an undulating concrete roof, a hole at its center opening a courtyard to the sky. The estate is currently available for purchase through Patrick-Stewart Properties.

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