A giant Louis Vuitton trunk has been erected as an “exhibition pavilion”, adorned with the French fashion house’s famed logo and is causing a storm in Moscow’s Red Square. The 30ft-high by 100ft-long suitcase was designed to house an exhibit about travellers who had used the brand’s luggage in the past, the proceeds from which were to go to the Naked Hearts children’s foundation.
Louis Vuitton have been ordered to take down the giant suitcase following complaints from the public.
“I came here specially to see this disgrace. I heard about it on the radio. I was simply outraged. What was our government thinking of? Putin is driving along here everyday and looking at this disgrace,” said Elena Vladmirovna who lives in Moscow.