Arabian Ladies and Gentlemen will be delighted to know that Louis Vuitton has reopened its iconic store at Avenue Montaigne, the high-end shopping avenue in Paris, France.
The redesign was orchestrated by flamboyant American architect Peter Marino.
The interiors of the store reflect the spirit of an elegant Parisian apartment, and offers a unique experience, according to the French luxury house.
It showcases the house’s latest offerings in women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes, accessories, jewellery and watches and offers a made-to-order haute maroquinerie service to personalise every detail of its leather goods.
An in-house concierge will cater to clients’ requests while for the first time in France, the house’s guests will be able to book the ‘Apartment’, a reception venue for their private events.
To celebrate the opening, unique products demonstrating the Louis Vuittton savoir faire are being showcased in the store.
Louis Vuitton traces its roots back to 1864, when French entrepreneur Louis Vuitton Malletie launched a luggage business in Paris, and its LV monogram, designed by Vuitton’s son in memory of his father, has gone on to become one of the most recognisable luxury brand symbols in the world.