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Visit Louis Vuitton’s special fragrance pop-up at the Forum Shops

The global fashion house is celebrating the first anniversary of its first perfume collection in 70 years.
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Since it opened at Caesars Palace 25 years ago, the Forum Shops mall has changed the way Las Vegas does retail, setting a new standard for luxury shopping and creating a grand environment many have attempted to duplicate.

It’s an ideal place for a special-event limited offering from a renowned legacy brand like Louis Vuitton, which is why the global fashion house is celebrating the first anniversary of Les Parfums Louis Vuitton with a special pop-up shop at the Forum Shops’ Fortuna Terrace, open through October 15.

Seventy years after releasing signature fragrances Je, Tu, Il and Heures d’Absence, Louis Vuitton returned to its roots with the presentation of a new universe of seven fragrances, working with master perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud, who traveled the world for four years to perfect the collection. Vogue reported that the perfumes “walk the line between rarefied and wearable, with a lineup of carefully sourced ingredients that echo the company’s globe-trotting history. Even the bottles, by the design star Marc Newson, are elementally on point: rounded glass bottles, pared-down stopper caps, neat black type.”

The pop-up launched on September 1 and is open Sunday-Thursday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until midnight.

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