Louis Vuitton’s new pop-up exhibition celebrates Tambour’s 20th anniversary

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Two decades of the Tambour watch are celebrated with a new pop-up experience from Louis Vuitton.

The memorial experience, billed in a press release as “an immersive capsule exhibit,” is taking place at the Jewel Court at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California.

Visitors to the space (which will be available until November 10) can indeed expect to find themselves immersed in the twenty-year history of the Drum, completed by a retrospective starting with the inaugural model of the piece and leading with the most recent edition (as seen above) unveiled in September.

Below, find out what the exhibit looks like in person.

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a Louis Vuitton pop-up is presented

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a Louis Vuitton pop-up is presented

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A Louis Vuitton pop-up is displayed

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Also this month, Louis Vuitton’s “200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries” traveling exhibition traveled to New York. The exhibition is located at 660 Madison Avenue and can be visited until December 31. Among the visionaries recruited to contribute to this vast project were Supreme, BTS and NIGO®. The latter, of course, is part of the lineup for next month’s ComplexCon in Long Beach.

As part of its Spring/Summer 2023 Menswear show in Aranya in September, Louis Vuitton showcased jaw-dropping sculptures by the design team at PlayLab Inc. As longtime followers of the French luxury house will notice , it wasn’t the first time that LV and PlayLab had teamed up behind a carefully executed creative vision.

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