Did you ever travel before Louis Vuitton? This is far from being certain. The Louis Vuitton exhibition at le Grand Palais is about to end. To be seen as soon as possible or to be explored here.
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Not so long ago, 2 years to be precise, Perrier was celebrating its 150th anniversary and, for the opportunity, was broadcasting its most striking advertising films. It is true that advertising and communication have always been important for the brand. This summer (since the Roland Garros final), Perrier has been broadcasting a new film.
Comptoir des Entreprises is THE website of French industrial tourism.
The JPG exhibition at Le Grand Palais reminds us once more that brands and fashion have carved out a niche in Museums. This beautiful exhibition ending its international tour with a final halt in Paris, has attracted 1.5 million people and has already been widely commented on in the press and on the web.
In 2014, Baccarat celebrated its 250 years. The celebrations started with a fairly modest exhibition. However, the finale, in New York, highlights the House’s masterly expansion.
There’s a little gourmet brand born in Paris, growing and expanding: Hugo & Victor. After barely 4 years, several shops opening and the beginning of an international expansion, the brand is – already – publishing a book: « Les 5 saisons par Hugo & Victor Paris – 80 créations au fil des saisons » (“The 5 Seasons […]
In le Palais de Tokyo, Chanel organizes an exceptional exhibition about Number 5 Perfume. Various works displayed in a very simple manner offer a decoding to the visitor. Scrutinizing a masterpiece.
A few days only are left to visit the “Van Cleef & Arpels – l’art de la Haute Joaillerie” exhibition at Les Arts Décoratifs, in Paris.
Influenzia has just published an article about the luxury field schizophrenia. There is a real gap indeed between the values conveyed, highlighted by luxury brands and the habits or expectations of our time. But luxury is often the legacy of another time. This gap is no surprise then.
For the second time, LVMH opened the doors of its Houses to the public for free. On the Internet, the visits were very quickly booked once again. If not booked, one had to queue up for 3 or 4 hours. What was to be expected inside?