The act of assembling prized possessions in a box to be tucked away for a later date, or even for another set of eyes, seems the height of sentimentality. But these are nostalgic times, and Louis Vuitton has astutely tapped into a societal yen for the good old days with Time Capsule, the house’s travelling exhibition. Timed to coincide with the 35th anniversary of Louis Vuitton’s arrival in Toronto, the show will spread out over Union Station’s spectacular Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza. It’s a not-so-subtle nod to Louis Vuitton’s history in luggage while showcasing the city’s ongoing $800 million restoration to the landmark École des Beaux-Arts-inspired structure. The exhibition, opening on September 7, will feature six installation rooms that pull from the house’s archives, each aimed at shedding new light on LV’s enduring mystique. The Keys to the Codes Room will look at the distinctive design features of LV’s early creations, while the Artisans Room will include live demonstrations of LV craftspeople at work. Time Capsule will also feature a Boîte Chapman Elephant trunk on loan from Canadian collector Olivier Benloulou. The show’s stop in Los Angeles included a black ruffle embroidered lace dress that was worn by Emma Stone to the Golden Globe Awards, as well as a leather vanity train case from 1970 that once belonged to Lauren Bacall. Word of warning: The time for this show runs out on September 30. Admission is free.