For the sixth year running, Louis Vuitton has unveiled its Objets Nomades homeware collection at Milan's Palazzo Bocconi. The exhibition is part of the Milan Furniture Fair and runs April 18-22.

In addition to its travel-inspired Objets Nomades Collection, LV will be presenting an exclusive preview of its first Les Petits Nomades collection, which it describes as “a creative, elegant and poetic line of decore objects created by some of the Objets Nomades designers.”

Highlights this year include the double Ribbon Dance sofa, which was created by Hong Kong designer André Fu, as well as a mirror made up of Diamond Mirror triangles by Marcel Wanders.

Flip through Highsnobiety’s selection of photographs from the event above and then scroll through some social media reaction below.

Let us know your thoughts on the latest collection in the comments.

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