If you didn’t manage to snag a pair of dumbbells for your home gym before they sold out everywhere, there might be one place you forgot to look.

As luck would have it, Louis Vuitton’s latest collection of home goods includes a three-kilogram pair, alongside other especially useful items in today’s pandemic climate such as a jump rope, playing cards and vinyl holder. 

As expected, they’re all the type of things you’d spot in any self-respecting hypebeast’s home on Architectural Digest, but we’re not complaining. Besides, we can think of few things more motivating than a workout set that costs more than an annual gym membership, more so when it comes loaded with the brand’s savoire-faire.

The S$3,750 dumbbells in question are fashioned from lustrous metal with engravings, and then finished with handles which are swathed generously with its iconic Monogram Eclipse canvas. Cardio junkies will appreciate the Christopher jump rope, especially since it too features the same treatment on its handles with a matching cord rope. 

For something a little more entertaining, the Sporting Goods collection also includes a S$3,150 table tennis set, so you and your partner can battle it out with two professionally designed ping-pong paddles and branded balls that each have their own holder. 


If you’re not the athletic sort and/or don’t want associate your sweat with expensive leather, Louis Vuitton’s Games collection has also been updated to help you pass your homebound days in style. Besides the Monogram Tower — essentially a S$4,400 Jenga set on acid — the series also encompasses an equally fluorescent set of dice, playing cards with monogrammed leather pouches, and for all the bachelors out there, the world’s most extravagant foosball table. The vinyl holder — inspired by both LV’s DJ trunk and Virgil Abloh’s passion for music — will keep your rarest finds in pristine condition, not to mention elevate your home to stylish new heights.


Shatricia Nair
Deputy Editor
Shatricia Nair is a motoring, watches, and wellness writer who is perpetually knee-deep in the world of V8s, tourbillons, and the latest fitness trends. She is fuelled by peanut butter and three cups of coffee a day.