LVMH to Open a Crafts Centre in Paris

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In a bold move that exemplifies its dedication to the intersection of luxury and culture, the renowned luxury conglomerate, under the ownership of Bernard Arnault, has unveiled ambitious plans to construct a versatile edifice. This new establishment will serve as the home for the Institut des Métiers d’Excellance de Louis Vuitton program, along with a myriad of artisanal courses and immersive workshops.

“This place is a transmission tower” (…) “It will be open to the public and the promise is that as soon as someone enters here, they will learn a physical gesture, whether they are a beginner, a member of the public or a researcher of the craft,”

Alexandre Boquel, Development Director of Métiers d’Excellance at LVMH

LVMH is unwavering in its mission to deepen its cultural roots and forge fresh connections between high fashion and the world of art, as evidenced by this exciting endeavor. The forthcoming structure, situated within the heart of the 8th arrondissement in the vibrant city of Paris, will encompass an expansive space of nearly 2,000 square meters. It will play host to the Institut des Métiers d’Excellence professional training program, offering an array of immersive training sessions and hands-on workshops.

The eagerly awaited construction is slated to commence in the upcoming year, with a grand inauguration scheduled for the culmination of 2025.

Photos: LVMH

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