LVMH shares its secrets by opening up its most prestigious heritage sites and workshops


Have you ever wondered how luxury is created? Do you ever taste a good spirit and wish you could see how it’s made, stored and aged? If you are the one of those curious luxury-lovers who wants to find out how it all happens, LVMH is all set to open gates to their 25 house across France and Europe to discover their heritage and roots. Slated for the 15th and 16th of October, the brand will open doors to their workshops, cellars, basements, family homes, studios and showrooms that will show you how they create haute couture, wines and spirits, fine jewelry, perfumes, cosmetics, watches and leather goods.

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But don’t think you will be wandering like nomads; you will have guides, demonstrations, expert conferences, private screenings and interactive workshops to understand the nuances of the business. Click here for the complete list of locations can visit across Paris, Bordeaux, Italy, Spain, Scotland and Poland through the two days.
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[Telegraph]

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