By Costanza Cerasi
Paris has always been one of the most famous cities in the world for fashion, but in the last years it has taken the further step. Fashion isn’t only in stores anymore, it has extended to museums. The most notorious example of this is the Louis Vuitton Foundation, conceived by the ultra-centennial fashion brand as a place of art celebration. The Foundation was inaugurated just over two years ago in 2014. It was projected and studied by architects Frank Gehry, creator of Guggenheim and Walt Disney Concert Hall, and Bernard Arnault, head of Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH).