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BREAKING NEWS: Louis Vuitton begins 2023 with a collaboration with Japanese artist Yayoï Kusama. A spectacular display of the artist's figure and his famous multicoloured polka dots set the tone for the year on the façade of the Champs-Élysées shop. In all the brand's boutiques, you will find a limited edition collection that awakens the world of fashion.
While the biggest Louis Vuitton store in the world is to be found on the Champs-Élysées (at number 101, to be precise, in a spectacular Art Déco building constructed by Georges Vuitton in 1912), you have to venture just around the corner, to the extremely select Avenue Montaigne, to discover the very essence of the brand.
Far away from the crowds, a décor designed by American architect Peter Marino, full of the finest materials and works of contemporary art, provides an eminently chic ambiance and an exceptional, exclusive setting for the French luggage maker. Ever since 1854, Vuitton has remained an artisanal brand, with the handmade and the bespoke its watchwords. The Avenue Montaigne store offers not only the entire Vuitton product range (leather goods, prêt-à-porter, fragrances, jewellery, etc.), but also a remarkable personalised service allowing you to have a unique bag, trunk or pair of shoes made to order, choosing the shapes, materials, colours and finishes yourself. You can thus leave your own stamp alongside the famous monogram… It doesn’t come much more luxurious than that!
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All year round Opening hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10 am and 7.30 pm. On Sunday between 11 am and 7 pm. Sunday : 1 to 7pm.
75008 Paris 8ème
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