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Faye McLeod and the Louis Vuitton Windows

December 03, 2015

Faye McLeod, Visual Image Director at Louis Vuitton. 

Image courtesy of The Wall Street Journal

Faye McLeod is in charge of designing the window displays for Louis Vuitton’s 467 stores around the world. Her displays have been so well received that Marc Jacobs asked her to assist in the runway show designs. She was the creative genius behind the train installation in Paris in 2012! The images speak 1000 words. 

A cabinet of curiosity for the opening of the Bond St. location in London. Each animal was hand crafted with LV leather. 

Image courtesy of Refinery 29.

A collaboration with artist Yayoi Kusama.

Image courtesy of the Irish Times.

A gilded dinosaur in the window!

Image courtesy of Design Boom.

The infamous Paris runway show with the train. The train reportedly cost $8 million for the show. All of the models emerged from the train as it blew steam into the air. 

Image courtesy of The New York Times.

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