The luxury conglomerate LVMH
"Les Journées Particulières"
LVMH opened its doors to the public and invites you to discover the secrets of its heritage during 'Les Journées Particulières' on October 15th and 16th for all the fashion brands to the public to had the chance to visit the workshops and design studios, includes fashion houses of Christian Dior Couture, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy Couture and Emilio Pucci and lifestyle brands such as Guerlain, Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin and more.
The two-day event, called "Les Journées Particulières," will grant visitors access to workshops, vineyards, private mansions, family homes and boutiques and will show glimpses of the extraordinary craftsmanship behind making a Dior gown, a Pucci scarf or a bottle of Krug.
It's also an ode to architecture and history: The jewelry and watchmaker Chaumet will open its Grand Salon on Place Vendôme, whose 18th–century, Neoclassical interior was designed by François-Joseph Bélanger and where the company's archive of sketches and ornaments will be on display.
Most events will be open to the public, but some require advance reservations.