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Louis Vuitton Pop-up Bookstore in Capri, Italy

Louis Vuitton Pop-up Bookstore in Capri, Italy

Bringing its librarie éphémère project to Capri this summer, Louis Vuitton opens a pop-up dedicated to the Maison’s travel editions and an unprecedented City Guide Capri.



Overlooking the splendid setting of Capri's Piazzetta, the historic newsstand, a landmark for residents and visitors to the azure isle, is once again shining thanks to Louis Vuittton's contribution. After more than 90 years in business, the newsstand has moved, leaving a void for all visitors and residents looking for newspapers, magazines and books from all over the world. That's why Louis Vuitton chose this place, a reference for almost a century of reading lovers, as the new space dedicated to the Maison's signature publishing, enlivening it with the rainbow of series dedicated to travel, the City Guides, Fashion Eyes and Travel Books.


Capri Pop-Up Edition store
Piazza Umberto I, Capri
From July 8th to September 4th 
Open daily 10 am - 2 pm and 5 pm - 9 pm

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Monday August 15th : Aurore de la Morinerie – Mediterranean Sea Travel Book
Thursday August 18th : Lorenzo Mattotti – Vietnam Travel Book
Sunday August 21st : Miles Hyman – Rome Travel Book

Please note all talks and signings will take place at 7 pm in the Giardini di Augusto, in Capri.


To celebrate the Capri leg of the project, a special edition signed Louis Vuitton has been created, one of a kind, representing the fusion of the Maison's publishing universes dedicated to travel. In fact, the edition is presented as a blue casket, in homage to the seaside destination, collecting ten wonderful postcards illustrated with works signed by Aurore de la Morinerie, taken from the Travel Book Mediterranean Sea. 


For the past 20 years, the Louis Vuitton City Guide series has explored 30 of the world’s leading metropolises, with an offbeat look at local fashion, design, contemporary art, food, and culture. Each volume invites writers and guests from diverse backgrounds to provide a completely subjective view of the most beautiful hotels, the best restaurants, the quirkiest shops, and the most famous historic places.

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