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Posted by Laurel on Thursday 7th of June 2012
To celebrate the expansion of Louis Vuitton's store within Harrods, a brand new colourway of the iconic Leopard Sprouse scarf will pre-launch for the UK exclusively in store on June 20th.
Since its launch in 2001, the print has become synonymous with the French fashion house and has undoubtedly become one of the brand's stand out pieces. The new Etole “Blurry” from the Pre-fall 2012 collection is available in two new colour variations, blending army green with navy blue and fuchsia tones.
Located on the ground floor of Harrods and elegantly organised, the new Louis Vuitton store is now triple in size. In line with the global design concept initiated by architect Peter Marino, the Louis Vuitton space’s interior evokes a sense of luxury and spaciousness. Clients are invited to discover the legendary Louis Vuitton Women’s leather good collections including Fashion Accessories and Watches. There will be a dedicated space to the ‘Rare & Exceptional' leather goods pieces, City bags, Luggage and Hardsided pieces and the new enlarged space will host the Mon Monogram service, which proposes a unique way to personalise a monogram bag. A set of two-tone initials of up to three letters, either vertical or diagonal stripes, or a combination of both initials and stripes can be chosen from a range of 17 different colours resulting in more than 200 million possible combinations per bag. Clients can visualise exactly how their bag will look via an in-store computer simulation. Personalistion is at the heart of Louis Vuitton, and services such as hot-stamping and Special Orders are also available at Harrods.
The scarf will be available exclusively at Harrods from 20th June, £490.
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