Louis Vuitton’s 200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries: The Exhibition has touched down in Los Angeles. It marks a momentous date for the brand, celebrating the bicentennial of Vuitton’s birth in Anchay, France, on August 4, 1821. He created his namesake company in 1854.
With just one day to go until the big night, we’ve rounded up some of the swankiest spots to safely enjoy that top of the hour champagne toast keeping in mind the changing restrictions.
While the legendary Riggs name may not ring bells today, the bank is one for the history books: 23 presidents—including Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Richard Nixon—held accounts here. At one point, the financial firm called itself “the most important bank in the most important city in the world.”
The bustle of South Beach seems like a distant memory when stepping onto the property, which welcomes guests with a modern outdoor courtyard resembling a greenhouse.
While their permanent spot on Club’s shelves has since expired, the beloved sweatshirts continue to make an occasional (and somewhat frenzied) appearance.
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