LVMH, the luxury conglomerate that owns some of the world's finest brands, from Louis Vuitton to Givenchy, is opening the doors of its most famous fashion houses between May 20-22.
Taking place at over 50 different locations across France, Italy, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and the UK, 'Les Journées Particulières' gives the public the chance to go behind the scenes at some of the most famous luxury brands and see the extraordinary craftsmanship that goes into these high-end products.
Visitors can watch the designers at work at the Christian Dior salons on Avenue Montaigne in Paris, see the historic new Fendi headquarters housed in a unique building commissioned by Mussolini in Rome and learn more about champagne at Moët & Chandon's viticulture-research institute in Épernay. In the UK, they'll learn how to make a bespoke shirt at Thomas Pink on Jermyn Street in London or meet the president of the De Beers Institute of Diamonds at the store on Old Bond Street.
Time to start packing, we say.
Reserve your place online from April 21 at lvmh.com/lesjourneesparticulieres.
Via Harper's Bazaar UK