Thousands of white paper cylinders, spaced perfectly apart and stacked 16 layers high, lend an ethereal, lace-like look to the Louis Vuitton pop-up in the
Fortuna Terrace at Caesars Palace.
It’s fitting, since the space is indeed ephemeral, lasting only through Oct. 15, one of many pop-ups around the world celebrating the anniversary of last year’s launch of Les Parfums Louis Vuitton. The seven floral scents, created by Master Perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud, represented the fashion house’s first fragrance collection in more than
Belletrud relied on carbon dioxide extraction to capture the delicate rose, jasmine, narcissus and other essences, in order to produce a fresher scent than traditional heating and boiling techniques. The rounded-glass flacons with black stoppers, designed by legendary designer Marc Newson, are works of their own. Each bottle is packaged in a white paper cylinder like those surrounding the display.
The fragrances are available at Vuitton boutiques only, and come in 100 ml ($240) and 200 ml ($350) sizes.