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Louis Vuitton X Yayoi Kusama Pop-up Store

Louis Vuitton X Yayoi Kusama Pop-up Store

Jan 8 @ 11:00 amMar 31 @ 7:00 pm

Louis Vuitton X Yayoi Kusama
70 Gansevoort St
New York, NY

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FREE

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

Explore a spacious store covered in artist Yayoi Kusama’s signature black and yellow polka dots and mirrored spheres. Lots of fun photo-ops among a colorful collaboration featuring the dots on iconic LV bags, shoes and more. There’s a claw machine, but purchase is required for a token.

Another pop-up in Soho (102 Prince St) features rainbow dots. Find more dots and a lifelike Kusama robot at the Louis Vuitton flagship store at Fifth Avenue & 57th St.

Mon-Sat 11 am–7 pm
Sun 11 am–6 pm

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