'Louis Vuitton: The Art of Fashion'
The exhibition is curated by Katie Grand, who has styled Louis Vuitton shows and campaigns for years.
It shows thirty looks that Marc Jacobs created from 1998 to the present.
The clothing is not shown in it`s original runway styling but mixed with new shoes and accessories.
The Mannequins have reproductions of Louis Vuitton Speedy Bags for heads.
Daphne Groeneveld photographed by Sølve Sundsbø.
The red tartan coat was one of the highlights of Marc Jacobs's 13-years of designing at Louis Vuitton.
Mask detail from F/W 11/12 collection.
Mannequin made of wood covered in fluorescent pink Sprouse Louis Vuitton graffiti wearing cap, coat and monogram mary-janes from the fall/winter 2011`s Claridge Hotel-inspired collection.
Spring / Summer 2003 silk satin "coiffeuse" dress.
The very successful collaboration with japanese Pop artist Takashi Murakami created 'Monogram Multicolore' in 2003.
The exhibit is a celebration of Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and the (re-)opening of the Louis Vuitton store on Via Montenapoleone that has been closed for renovations for the past seven months.
Daphne Groeneveld by Sølve Sundsbø wearing one of the exhibited coats.
Mannequin made of wood covered in fluorescent orange Sprouse Louis Vuitton graffiti.
The spring/summer 2001 collection introduced Stephen Sprouse's graffiti.
Marc Jacobs reintroduced the print in 2009 as a tribute to the artist, who died in 2004.
The famous monogram fur scarf.
The exhibition is running until october 9th at La Triennale in Milano.
Monogram Multicolore fur bag.
Myself within the beautiful designs.