For about a decade American Louis Vuitton clients who collect art have enjoyed an unusual perk: access to a secret James Turrell installation inside one of the label’s Vegas emporiums. Now their European peers can indulge in a similar feast for the eyes ensconced at the Venice flagship. There, on the parlor floor of a 1906 building, German artist Katharina Grosse fashioned Apollo, Apollo, a shimmering floor-to-ceiling textile that references Fortuny fabrics and terrazzo mosaics. The effect is Italo-disco on the canals of La Serenissima. Downstairs, to be sure, are the label’s leather goods, including an immersive room featuring a constellation of Artycapucines. Read more at Town & Country.