Showcasing an unorthadox interpretation of its Spring/Summer 2015 women's ready-to-wear collection, the multi-room exhibit, Louis Vuitton Series 2 – Past, Present and Future, will be held in a warehouse space in the centre of Hollywood's art and media district, allowing visitors to explore the creative process behind the collection.

Running from February 6 to 22, the new creative project will be exhibited through a series of different thematic spaces, sharing the creative director Nicolas Ghesquière's influences and inspirations for the SS15 collection, as well as the excitement in the lead up to a fashion show.

The entrance to the exhibit, called 'Abstract Title', will be through an oversized LV logo, with the next room 'Talking Faces' giving people a chance to experience the unique animation of  Ghesquière's last show. 'Magic Trunk' will then highlight the label's most iconic products in hologram projections, while the 'Savoir-fair Room' will focus on the Malletage inspired by the inside of a an LV trunk.

Other highlights include the 'Backstage' room, which will recreate a fashion show's backstage space and high tension atmosphere, the 'Infinite Show Room' that will boast a 360-degree projection of all 48 looks of the SS15 collection, and the last space, the 'Accessories Gallery', set to showcase Marte Mei van Haaster's scanned, 3D printed figures alongside beautiful heritage pieces. 


Louis Vuitton Series 2 – Past, Present and Future will run from Febraury 6 to 22, 2015, at 1135 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles