The brand’s Cruise 2018 show will take place at the Miho Museum.
Following last season’s show in Rio de Janeiro, Louis Vuitton is taking its Cruise 2018 collection to Kyoto, Japan this May. Though the fashion house revealed its plans to head East back in January, Nicolas Ghesquière took to Instagram today to share a sneak-peek at the exact location.
Vuitton’s Cruise 2018 show will be held at the Miho Museum in Kyoto, Japan in what Ghesquière described as a “gigantic woodland.”
The incredibly breathtaking space features a long metal bridge leading to a glass house set in the trees of the Shiga mountains. If the brand’s Cruise 2017 show at the Niterói Contemporary Art Museum is any indication, there’s a good chance models will walk across that bridge and through the metal tunnel for a truly remarkable runway entrance.
Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2018 show will take place on May 14 and for those not jet-setting off to Japan, will be live-streamed on louisvuitton.com.