Louis Vuitton – Holiday House 2021

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Christmas window display lighting

《Christmas Display In The Week》

Apart from unveiling the “Holiday House” 2021 campaign, with creative direction by Oscar nominee Roman Coppola, starring Franco-British actress Stacy Martin, Louis Vuitton creates enchanting store windows ablaze with colourful lighting this Christmas.

The vivid neon strips are blended into Louis Vuitton’s signature shapes. With the flashing lighting effect, the festive store windows draw passers-by attention easily, especially striking at night.

Photo shot at Landmark, Central, Hong Kong

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Christmas window display lighting

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We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

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