Personalities and friends of the House give their perceptions during the opening of the exhibition “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton”.

    Guests, including Cate Blanchett, Sofia Coppola, and Carina Lau were invited by Louis Vuitton to the opening of an exhibition retracing Louis Vuitton’s great journey from 1854 to today. The exhibition is open to the public in a bespoke structure near Kioicho, the neighbourhood in Tokyo, till June 19th 2016.

    Entrance is free, book your visit here.

    Exhibition Tokyo Photography

    Reopening of the Asnières atelier and the Galerie in May.

    The Asnières atelier is the true hub of the House. Barely five years after founding his House, Louis Vuitton began to outgrow his Parisian headquarters. In 1859, he relocated the new workshops to Asnières, a village a few kilometres northwest of Paris.

    These new ateliers were built in the ethereal Eiffel style, combining glass and steel. The exceptional savoir-faire of the Asnières artisans is such that, even today, key pieces are created here: rigid trunks, designs in rare or exotic leathers, special orders.

    Visit Asnières to discover the intimate aspects of Louis Vuitton’s history, its ties with the ateliers, and admire in details the presence of the Louis Vuitton universe in every creations.

    Book your visit of the Asnières atelier and its Galerie Here

    Asnières Gallery

    Louis Vuitton will celebrate “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton” in Tokyo from April 23rd 2016 until June 19th 2016.

    You can book your visit here.

    Curated by Olivier Saillard, the exhibition retraces Louis Vuitton’s great journey from 1854 till today, through archives of the Family’s founding members to those who create the Louis Vuitton of today.

    Since the end of the 19th century, the House has always maintained strong ties with Japan. From the mon (family crest) inspirations of the Monogram canvas, to the long list of renowned Japanese clients such as the political leader Taisuke Itagaki, and the collaborations with Japanese contemporary artists from Murakami to Kusama.

    “Louis Vuitton has always been at the forefront of creation and innovation, today live over a century ago. Constantly taking inspiration from our past we craft the trends of today. Olivier Saillard has immersed himself in the Louis Vuitton archives to decode its secrets. He delivers a fresh vision of our past, present and future.” says Michael Burke, CEO of Louis Vuitton.

    The exhibition will be held in a bespoke structure in Kojimachi, the neighbourhood in Tokyo, where in 1978 Louis Vuitton opened its first store in Japan.


    After the success of the past two editions, Les Journées Particulières reopens the doors to Louis Vuitton's ateliers on May 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2016.

    This year, in addition to the Louis Vuitton Workshops in Asnières and Fiesso d'Artico in Veneto, Italy, new locations will be open to the public: La Fabrique du Temps in Geneva, Switzerland, and the Louis Vuitton Workshops in Sainte-Florence, in the Vendée region of France.

    You can already create your account and sign up for the Journées Particulières newsletter on www.lvmh.com/lesjourneesparticulieres. Registration for visits will open on April 21st.

    Event Asnières Savoir-Faire

    Contemporary Fine Watchmaking

    Louis Vuitton has obtained the “Poinçon de Genève” and entered the inner circle of the watchmaking houses that bear this certification. With this distinction, a new case, a never before seen skeleton tourbillon movement and an exceptional degree of transparency, the Flying Tourbillon “Poinçon de Genève” watch is a major advancement for Louis Vuitton watchmaking. The powerful impact of nothingness imposes its presence in this timepiece. The radically contemporary approach is combined with the highest degree of watchmaking quality creating a delicate skeleton watch fitted with a tourbillon regulator.

    Sixteen months after establishing itself in the canton of Geneva, La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton has entered a new era. For the first time, a Louis Vuitton watch bears the mark of the “Poinçon de Genève”, which can be seen on the face of the watch. This is the most prestigious certification that a watch can carry, and a testament to Louis Vuitton's watchmaking experience and expertise.

    Watches La Fabrique du Temps