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Barely five years after founding its eponymous House, Louis Vuitton began to outgrow his Paris headquarters. In 1859, he moved his workshops to Asnières, back then a village a few kilometers northwest of the capital.

Asnières sur Seine is the historic location of the Vuitton family, including the tailoring workshops, the family mansion, and today an exhibition facility displaying historical and unique objects from the Vuitton private collection. Next door, the workshops still handle all special custom orders today.

The visit will be an opportunity to discover a little-known place that is yet so important in the history of French luxury design..

This is indeed the starting point of the Vuitton adventure, and it still is today the heart and very essence of the spirit of its founder. In addition to learning about the rich history of the iconic brand, and seeing some of the items that made its reputation, you will visit the exhibition about the mail trunk. It will undoubtedly surprise everyone with the history retracing the emblematic object which launched the Louis Vuitton company, but also by the incredible futuristic technological device helping to show all the creative process.

We will also have the chance to access the splendid family mansion which very rarely opens its doors to visitors, for an exclusive visit. It kept its original “Art Nouveau” style and its exceptional furniture.

The meeting point is at 2:30 outside Gabriel Péri Métro station, exit number 2 Rue des Bas


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