Louis Vuitton has released its first babyfoot table, which is French for "football table." Better known as a foosball table, the product incorporates a number of the house's signature design elements, recalling the history of Louis Vuitton from 1896 to present day.
The foosball table is merely an extension of Louis Vuitton's made-to-order games collection, as the brand has designed trunks to carry various games for decades. From chess and backgammon travel cases to poker and croquet trunks, the designs are a nod to Louis Vuitton’s grandson, Gaston-Louis Vuitton, and his love of sports and games.
Louis Vuitton's foosball table is offered in two monogram canvas iterations as well as vibrant Epi leathers. Whether canvas or leather, the materials extend around the body of the table, while layers of hand-applied edge-dye decorate each corner. Inside, the hand-painted players draw inspiration from Louis Vuitton’s “Groom,” the character from the house's 1921 advertising image.
The foosball tables start at $75,500 for the monogram iterations and run up to $93,000 for the leather versions. You can find out more about them here.
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