Louis Vuitton Causing Trouble in Russia

by Ilya Varlamov

by Ilya Varlamov

This giant Louis Vuitton suitcase was installed right in front of the Kremlin several days ago. People can go inside and see a fashion exhibition by LV. Organizers have announced that all the collected funds will be donated to various charities in Russia.

Right now Russians are going mad over the fact that the suitcase is located in the heart of Moscow – on the Red Square. Many people feel humiliated and claim that this suitcase should be demolished as if the Red Square is some sort of a sacred place for all the Russians. Well, it stopped being sacred ages ago when they installed Lenin’s mausoleum. Besides, the Kremlin is not a church. That is why I don’t understand why people are going crazy over this advertising campaign. It is capitalism we live in, isn’t it?

And here are some best jokes from the internet:

by ellustrator

by ellustrator

“A-a-a-a-a, where is my suitcase?”

Lenin’s mausoleum in LV colors

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