Kate Moss led the stars to attendLouis Vuitton “Eternal Muse” party in Tokyo, Japan

Louis Vuitton recently held a party called “Eternal Muse” in Tokyo, Japan to commemorate those women who bring infinite inspiration to the world. Kate Moss, Poppy Delevingne, Catherine Deneuve, Rinko Kikuchi, Ai Tominaga and Nakata Hidetoshi were invited to attend.

The spotlight of the “Eternal Muse” party was placed on six extraordinary women who were French classic movie star Catherine Deneuve, supermodel Kate Moss, director Sofia Coppola, novelist Francoise Sagan, architect Charlotte Perriand and Empress EugĂ©nie de Montijo, wife of Napoleon III, emperor of the Second Empire of France. The guests also include the British socialite Poppy Delevingne, American Edition Vogue editor Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis, Japan movie star Rinko Kikuchi, Japan’s supermodel Ai Tominaga and Japanese soccer star Nakata Hidetoshi and so on. Kate Moss who dressed in Louis Vuitton 2014 early spring series fluorescent green deep V collar small dress looks sexy and classical, is to steal the spotlight. Rinko Kikuchi wearing the sling dress from Louis Vuitton 2013 autumn and winter senior clothing series with Marabou edge Satin coat, pretty and charming.

Louis Vuitton party

The party kicked off for Louis Vuitton high-tech exhibition began on Saturday for the public and will last three weeks. Visitors would get a mask with LV classic Monogram or Damier printing. Through the lens on the mask, they can see the wonderful video from the white screen. Brand Muse’s personal belongings would also be exhibited in the exhibition, such as Catherine Deneuve’s jewelry box, Francoise Sagan notes in her book and Marc Quinn’s two sculptures with Kate Moss as the inspiration and so on.

“We have too much in the exhibition so that props become the protagonist, in fact, should not be the case. The protagonists of history who are constantly exploring and adventurous women, and this is precisely what we want to return, so this exhibition celebrates women’s, not airplanes, trains or cars, “Chairman and CEO of LV Michael Burke said. The exhibition laid the foundation for LV Tokyo Ginza MATSUYA flagship store which was just renovated and would re-launch after three weeks.