Louis Vuitton Presents Tokujin Yoshioka's Stunning Blossom Stool

Inspired by the fashion house’s petal monogram.

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Following the floral-inspired Les Petits Nomades homeware range, Louis Vuitton revealed another thematically-appropriate piece of furniture at Milano Design Week 2018. Created by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, the Blossom Stool is crafted with silver and champagne gold metals. Almost too precious to use as a seat, the design is a rework of a style first presented in 2016 and intended to reflect the house’s focus on craftsmanship along with its petal monogram.

Check out the luxurious seat in detail above. As Virgil Abloh settles into his new role as the house’s menswear designer, relive his first day on the job.

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