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When you can't visit your favourite Cheval Blanc hotel, whether it's the one in Paris or the Maldives island of Randheli, there's always the option of bringing it to your humble home. At home with Louis Vuitton might just be the phrase to describe your next investment.
Dolls by Raw Edges
This limited edition piece is designed by Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay and can be hand-painted and customised on the back of the backrest to create a unique collector piece. Available in two materials, leather and fur. This is the perfect piece to add a contemporary look around your dinning table.
Hammock By Atelier Oi
Woven leather is not common, let alone one that is made into a hammock. The leather strips in this creation are made of specially-developed Louis Vuitton leather and are reinforced with 786 gilded engraved rivets. If this does not invite you to just pick up a book and be in a daze all day long, we don't know what else will.
Lounge Chair By Marcel Wanders & Gabriele Chiave
This lounge chair is a part of the Objets Nomades collection, a glorious attempt to bring extraordinary designers together to create experimental yet functional furniture pieces and design objects. With its carbon fibre structure and VVN leather straps, this lounger chair folds into a travel bag, the only companion you'll ever need for those days that you just can't wait to escape.
Cocoon By Fernando & Humberto Campana
What happens when you combine the latest in cutting-edge technology and the timeless quality of Louis Vuitton and hand it over to two visionary designers? Well, a golden egg cocoon lounge chair. With a maximum capacity of 100 kilos, this fibreglass shell is covered with calfskin, not to mention the 2-meter suspension cord, with brass trims.
Babyfoot Canvas Monogram
The fully functional piece is covered in iconic Monogram and decorated with gold-color accents. The House's immaculate detailing is reflected in the hand-painted players, inspired by the LV groom illustration from 1921, and the charming enamel counting coins.