Louis Vuitton Vancouver’s Spectacular Redesign

Louis Vuitton Hotel Vancouver

Photo by Brad Dickson

At the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, the redesigned Louis Vuitton flagship store presents the French fashion house’s commitment to fine craftsmanship and innovative design. Built within the hotel’s familiar revivalist architecture from 1939, the elegant location offers an expansive range of Louis Vuitton pieces: leather goods, accessories, fragrance, ready-to-wear collections, and the maison’s exclusive Objets Nomades.



Standout works from Canadian artists accentuate the store’s varicoloured palette inspired by Vancouver’s scenic beauty, such as bold pieces from local artist Scott Sueme and Montreal artist Heidi Spector. Commissioned pieces including a painting by Italian artist Isadora Capraro, an Hélène de Saint Lager coffee table, and an Henri Bursztyn chandelier complement these works.

Signature pieces and collections for womenswear and menswear, like the seasonal LV Ski and the annual Lunar New Year offerings, are spread across the first and second floors, connected by a central curved staircase. For a personal touch, the store has on-site custom stamping services for leather goods and engraving on fragrance bottles.