This exhibition presents the story of two personalities, Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs (creative director of Louis Vuitton), and highlights their contributions to the world of fashion. How did they know to register in their respective time to innovate and advance an entire industry? How these two men, with their own language did they appropriate the phenomena and cultural codes in order to write the history of fashion?Rather than retrospective analysis, this parallel-Vuitton Jacobs provides insights into the fashion system during these two periods are hinges that industrialization of the late nineteenth century and the globalization of the early twenty-first century. They are discussed crafts, technical advances, the stylistic and creative artistic collaborations. Deployed on two levels, each floor dedicated exposure to one of the creators in a staging of Sam Gainsbury and Joseph Bennett. The Louis Vuitton suitcases are presented in relation to the collections and fashion accessories of the nineteenth century the museum on the first floor, while a selection of the most iconic models designed by Marc Jacobs, for the last 15 years, is staging the second.