October 14, 15 and 16: LVMH’s Journées Particulières 2022 are back this fall.
This global luxury event, initiated in 2011 by Antoine Arnault, LVMH Image & Environment, invites the general public to discover the backstage of the Group’s Maisons, and their magic.
Altogether, 95 sites from 55 luxury brands will open their doors to the general public for free in 16 countries. These visits offer an exceptional opportunity to meet the men and women who craft the future of luxury by keeping this exceptional heritage – made up of iconic and unique savoir-faire, professions, and locations – alive and thriving.
Further information will be available from this summer, said LVMH in a statement.
LVMH launched the Journées Particulières in 2011 in order to give the public a chance to discover the vast diversity of métiers and savoir-faire at LVMH Maisons. This unprecedented initiative by a private company reflects the LVMH Group’s tribute to the remarkable artisanal excellence found at its Maisons, and to Europe’s unique heritage of craftsmanship. The event also highlights the strong attachment of the public to this heritage, spanning workshops, wine cellars, private mansions, family homes, historic stores and more. For France and other European countries with a long history of traditional craftsmanship, this savoir-faire is an unparalleled asset that underpins economic success and cultural influence.
During the 2011, 2013, 2016 and 2018 editions of Les Journées Particulières, LVMH opened its doors to several hundred thousand people to present the immense wealth of heritage and know-how at LVMH Maisons that is passed on from one generation to the next. Guided tours featured demonstrations of artisanal skills, talks and interactive presentations as several thousand artisans – watchmakers, couturières, perfume flacon sealers, shoemakers, cellar masters, jewelers, trunkmakers, riddlers, head seamstresses, chefs and many others – welcomed large numbers of visitors over a memorable weekend to share their passion and unyielding commitment to excellence.
The luxury sites opened to the public in France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Poland included the Christian Dior haute couture salons on Avenue Montaigne, Louis Vuitton’s special orders workshop in Asnières, Chaumet’s salons on Place Vendôme, the Berluti bespoke shoes workshop, the Hennessy tasting room in Cognac, Guerlain’s Orphin production site, the Louis Vuitton workshop in the Drôme region, the Numanthia wine estate in Spain, the Acqua di Parma perfume house in Italy, and the watch manufactures of Zenith, TAG Heuer and Hublot in Switzerland.
Meanwhile, click here to find out more about the Journées Particulières and their previous editions.