To celebrate the opening of the Louis Vuitton Kusama Concept Store at Selfridges London, Louis Vuitton and Selfridges have created “Spot the Difference”, two super cute short films starring the equally cute fashion blogger, artist and DJ, Bip Ling.
Viewers are invited to literally, spot the differences between the two films. Once you spot any one of the five differences, just submit your entries into the “Spot the Difference Competition” by tweeting @LouisVuitton_UK, and including the hashtag #LVKusama. Five winners will be selected at random and each will receive each a copy of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” illustrated by Yayoi Kusama.
The competition started yesterday and will close on 7th September 2012, so don’t hang about! Winners will be announced via the @LouisVuitton_UK Twitter account on the 12th September 2012.
Film 1 –
Film 2 –
To celebrate the launch of its most significant global artistic collaboration to date, on 24th August, Louis Vuitton will unveil an extraordinary take-over of Selfridges’ windows as well as the Concept Store. An unprecedented 24-window design by Yayoi Kusama, will announce the collaboration between Louis Vuitton, the illustrious Japanese artist and Selfridges. The poem “Love Forever” has been written by Kusama herself, which features in the videos, will also feature in all 24 windows of the London department store, effectively wrapping the building.
Louis Vuitton has maintained a close relation with the world of art. Strengthened by this tradition, which has been intensified under the artistic direction of Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton is happy to associate itself with the first retrospective
dedicated to the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
Bip Ling gets ready to be shot for the Louis Vuitton Yayoi Kusama video
Good luck with spotting the differences…