On October 2, 2019, the Louis Vuitton Association celebrated the XX. It opens a major exhibition dedicated to Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999), a pioneer of modernity and one of the leading figures in design of the century.

To commemorate the twentieth anniversary of Charlotte Perriand’s death, the association aims to pay tribute to Charlotte Perriand with an exhibition that explores the links between art, architecture and design. Visitors will have the opportunity to enter the world of modernity through meticulously reconstructed products featuring Charlotte Perriand’s designs and thus have the opportunity to enter a modern world.

This exhibition underlines that art is not only an object of pleasure, but also a precursor to profound transformations about the future of societies. A true revolutionary and an extraordinary personality, his keen observation of the effects of the world and culture on art has made his designs a hallmark of the design world. Through her work she was able to change the role of women and the attitude towards women in society.

Finally, Charlotte Perriand proved to be particularly visionary and memorable, inspiring and inspiring people to be sensitive, inspired and responsive to the environment and nature and their impact. Her vision was a forward-looking spirit with a unique and embodied modernity that continues to shape societies.