Louis Vuitton | Savoir Faire Experience at Maison Beverly Hills
Louis Vuitton’s traveling “Time Capsule” exhibition made its first American appearance at the Westfield Century City shopping center in Los Angeles earlier this month. To add layers to the cake, Louis Vuitton offered a limited-time exclusive savoir faire experience at a maison in Beverly Hills.
While the exhibit examined Louis Vuitton’s long history of fashion and travel, the savoir faire experience offered a unique look into some of Louis Vuitton’s best offerings, including hard-sided trunks, leather goods, pieces from the Objets Nomades and Les Petits Nomades collections, and never-before-seen custom creations.
The 10-day exclusive experience, which took place at a Paul McClean-designed home currently on the market for $77.5 million, followed on the heels of a dinner for about 60 people and offered guests the opportunity to view and purchase Louis Vuitton accessories.
Guests sipped on Belvedere vodka, played pool, and witnessed the making of custom handbags right before their eyes.
The savoir faire experience was a smart play by the house and provided a great opportunity for Louis Vuitton to endear its brand with Hollywood A-listers.
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