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Feng Shui Designer Thierry Chow's Top Picks From Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades Collection

Feng Shui Designer Thierry Chow's Top Picks From Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades Collection
Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton
By Tatler Hong Kong
October 14, 2020
Tatler+ Louis Vuitton
Amidst a varied selection of travel-inspired Louis Vuitton pieces, Feng Shui Designer Thierry Chow finds balance

The elegance that surrounds each Louis Vuitton piece is rooted in the time-honoured craftsmanship and innovation that have been ever-present in the French fashion house. This is clearly seen in every purse, dress, shoe, and luggage they’ve created; each one an impressive illustration of their savoir-faire. Furniture and objects are no exception to this, as seen in Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades.

This recurring collection, which has been growing since its introduction in 2012, features travel-inspired furniture created in collaboration with numerous globally celebrated designers: Atelier Oi, Andre Fu, Patricia Urquiola, and Tokujin Yoshioka, to name a few. Over the course of just 10 days, from September 24 to October 3, archival and inaugural items from LV’s Objets Nomades were on view in Hong Kong, at retail landscape K11 Musea.

See also: Louis Vuitton Showcases The Art Of Travel With Its Objets Nomades Collection

Find Thierry Chow's top picks from Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades collection in the exclusive video below

 
Videography: Capsule 48

Feng Shui Designer Thierry Chow lent her expertise while perusing Objets Nomades’ many items, focusing her attention on a few standout pieces, while elaborating on their significance. While not a traditionalist in her field, Chow’s modern ways are grounded in Feng Shui’s foundation of how the environment contributes to one’s physical and mental health. Her eye for design allowed her to focus on pieces whose elements bring in good energy to a space.

Of the diverse items on display, Chow was drawn to various pieces with classic ideas behind them, but designed to suit the present age. A mahjong set, for instance, is a reminder of family gatherings–but, this version is outfitted into a stunning LV hardside trunk, with tiles made entirely of jade. Another piece features entrancing, overlapping mandalas, a symbol which represents the interconnectedness of life; a closer inspection of the divider shows that this number by Zanellato/Bortotto is woven together using strips of leather, closely resembling LV’s iconic floral monogram.

Guided by the principles of Feng Shui, Chow clearly details how balance, harmony, and energy are represented in Louis Vuitton’s innovative pieces.

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Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton
Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton
Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton
Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton
 
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