London’s iconic Claridge’s hotel has unveiled its Christmas tree, a 17-foot-tall sculpture by Louis Vuitton made from 15 vertically placed travel trunks

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The Claridge’s hotel, a bastion of luxury in London, elevated the Christmas spirit with its very ‘Vuitton’ Christmas tree. The Claridge’s Christmas Tree 2023 by Louis Vuitton brings together icons founded 169 years ago in 1854 and ties them together with the glittering threads of tradition and grandeur. A Christmas creation like no other comprises two large open, emblematic wardrobe trunks, aka Malles Vestiaire, stacked to a striking height of 17 feet. Within these trunks lies an awe-inspiring sculptural array of 15 repurposed trunks, ingeniously arranged to form a Christmas tree silhouette.

“What an honor it is to welcome such a legendary house as Louis Vuitton to design our Claridge’s Christmas Tree this year,” commented Claridge’s general manager, Paul Jackson. He added, “Christmas is the most magical time of year for us here at the hotel and we look forward to seeing guests and visitors immerse themselves in Louis Vuitton’s world.”

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Enhancing the tree’s allure are vintage Claridge’s travel stickers and a prominently displayed oversized Louis Vuitton luggage tag. Revealed on November 23rd, the installation stands in the hotel’s black and white marbled lobby, adorned with 21 variations of Louis Vuitton’s Vivienne mascots as ornaments. Crowning this fashionable tree is a model of Asnières, the historic Louis Vuitton family home and workshop. The 2023 Claridge’s Christmas Tree by Louis Vuitton is a must-see at Claridge’s, Brook Street, London.

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