Louis Vuitton Shopping Experience Pops Up in Somerset Collection

The space features a curated assortment of men’s and women’s leather items, ready-to-wear clothing, shoes, and more
Louis Vuitton
The new pop-up is open in Somerset Collection until Dec. 31. // Photograph courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Longing for a bit of luxury? Somerset Collection has added a new fashion experience to its lineup of shops that you’ll want to check out. A Louis Vuitton pop-up is now open in the rotunda on the south side of the Troy mall, located at 2800 W. Big Beaver Road, and is displaying the best of the brand’s men’s and women’s leather items, ready-to-wear clothing, shoes, accessories, watches and jewelry, and travel and exotics goods.

Curated by the internal Louis Vuitton team, the 960-square-foot pop-up aims to offer a bespoke shopping experience to guests. The space features a personal shopping suite and will change up its concept every month that its open.

Louis Vuitton
Photograph courtesy of Louis Vuitton

The shop debuted on Oct. 4 with a collection of special watches and jewelry. Come November, the space will shift to a Men’s Universe concept and highlight the brand’s Men’s Spring Summer 2021 Pre-Collection. And in December, the pop-up will shift to Women’s Universe and feature the brand’s 1854 Collection, a new monogram line that celebrates Louis Vuitton’s heritage with shoes, accessories, and bags in classic silhouettes.

The pop-up shop, which will operate in Somerset Collection through Dec. 31, is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Louis Vuitton also has a larger, permanent store at the mall and a space at Saks in Somerset Collection.

For more information, visit thesomersetcollection.com and louisvuitton.com.

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