Louis Vuitton 2018 FIFA World Cup Pop-Up Store

Louis Vuitton 2018 FIFA World Cup Pop-Up Store

To celebrate the World Cup, Louis Vuitton brings FIFA World Cup 2018 to Miami with the opening of the ONLY stand-alone pop-up store in North America. Located in Paradise Plaza, it will be opened to the public from June 14th - July 15th and will feature soccer-inspired interiors, interactive elements, activations, games and two brand-new releases.

New versions of Keepall and Apollo bags will be featured along with a selection of small leather goods inspired by the legendary Official Match Ball of the 1970 FIFA World CupTM available in three color combinations. A more exclusive version, a “Made-To-Order” Keepall, will also be available.

FIFA World Cup Official Match Ball Collection Trunk - Set to become an instant collector’s item, the trunk houses a stunning collection of 14 footballs: 13 renditions of the Official Match Balls used at FIFA World CupTM tournaments since 1970, all fabricated especially for this project by adidas, and one Louis Vuitton designed football.

To celebrate the opening, live streaming times will be available:

Thursday, June 14th

Game Times: 11:00AM

Friday, June 15th

Game Times: 11:00AM, 2:00PM

Saturday, June 16th

Game Times: 9:00AM, 12:00PM, 3:00PM

Sunday, June 17th

Game Times: 11:00AM, 2:00PM

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