A teenage Louis Vuitton arrived Paris in 1837 to begin a legendary career as an apprentice making custom boxes and trunks. In the almost 2 centuries since, the Louis Vuitton brand has become one of the most sought after luxury brands from New York to Tokyo. The LV Monogram is synonymous with global jet-set chic.
Part of our CLIENT PRIVATE RESERVE COLLECTION, this beautiful scarf belonged to a client and South Florida philanthropist. In exchange we gave her the 1st mask in the edition as our gift and will donate 10% of sales to The Coral Gables Art Cinema, South Florida's leading art house theater, playing the very best in independent, foreign, and documentary films.
Upcycled into a hand-numbered limited edition of 8 non-medical face masks, this will surely be a collector's item.
Exclusively ours and sourced from independently authenticated vintage scarves upcycled to conserve earth's scarce natural resource. Company is not affiliated with Louis Vuitton.
Individually hand-numbered limited edition of no more than 8
8.25" L " x 6.75" H with double pleat - fits both men and women
Silk & Acetate front with 100% cotton lining
Fully adjustable fit with black elastic ear bands, cord lock beads and nose wire
Made in USA of imported fabric
Each piece is unique due to print placement - let us choose for you.
Vintage Luxe Up is not affiliated with Louis Vuitton. All scarves are independently authenticated and sourced through secondary markets.
15% of sales will be donated to the Coral Gables Art Cinema, a state-of-the-art theater that opened in October of 2010 and is one of the best, most comfortable and highest grossing art houses in South Florida, presenting first-run and regional premieres of quality American independent and international features, both fiction and documentary, in addition to classic films, special programs and film festival events, which speak to the multilingual and multicultural diversity of the region.