Gilded Dinosaur Skeleton Installation at Louis Vuitton New York

Inspired by the remains on display at the Natural History Museum in Paris’s Les Jardins des

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Inspired by the remains on display at the Natural History Museum in Paris’s Les Jardins des Plantes, Louis Vuitton has put on display a selection of gilded dinosaur skeletons in its Fifth Avenue Maison’s windows. Dinosaurs on show include childhood favorites like the stegosaurus, tyrannosaurus rex, triceratops, and velociraptor as well as the Spinosaurus and Dimetrodon. The golden skeletons sit alongside a selection of Louis Vuitton’s latest leather goods and clothing. Be sure to check it out if happen to be in New York City.

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