Louis Vuitton has a new address to boast in the U.S. capital as the luxury brand celebrates the opening its free-standing boutique at CityCenterDC. louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_3The French fashion house brings high-end handbags to downtown DC with this new opening. Located at 943 Palmer Alley and rubbing shoulders with the 6,000-square-foot Hermès store and an upcoming Christian Dior boutique, Louis Vuitton flagship raises the bar of high-end shopping in Washington’s new luxury shopping destination.louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_4The spacious, well-lit interior of the new standalone store features the brand’s luxury goods, including men’s shoes, accessories like wallets, key chains, neckties as well as women’s shoes, handbags, wallets, scarves and a wide range of leather luggage. louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_5Mon Monogram service that allows shoppers to personalize bags and small leather goods is also rolled out at the luggage section of store.louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_8The store also currently has samples of the brand’s Totem Collection on display, which will be in the store for two days before their launch in late October. louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_6The bags, which were inspired by Louis Vuitton’s grandson’s collection of tribal masks, are now available for pre-order.

louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_9The images show Louis Vuitton V fashion jewelry on display as well as the $985 Bright Shades sandal embellished by a series of lacquered V accessories.louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_7The store’s exterior features one of Louis Vuitton’s famous window displays, which is premiering in the DC store before it is added to other Louis Vuitton locations around the world.louis-vuitton-flagship_washington_2Anthony Ledru, president and CEO of Louis Vuitton Americas, states, “We are thrilled to announce the opening of our newest store at the CityCenterDC. This store, in  the heart of the city, will offer an exceptional level of service and a unique experience to local clients and visitors to the nation’s capital.”

Washingtonian