“Confidences Particulières” podcasts, for a behind-the-scenes peek at exceptional savoir-faire



Les Journées Particulières returns in just over a month with an even bigger edition spanning 5 continents: 56 Maisons will welcome the public to 77 different venues, 39 of them new this year. For an advance taste of three very special days on October 12, 13 and 14, tune in to “Confidences Particulières”, a series of 13 podcasts featuring the passionate people who are emblematic of the LVMH Group and its values.

Beginning September 17, LVMH invites the public a little further into the incredibly vast and diverse world of its Maisons with an exclusive collection of audio tour podcasts called “Confidences Particulières”.

Journalist and podcast host Julien Cernobori went to speak with LVMH Group artisans where they work and create. From a cellar in Champagne to the peaceful banks of Lake Geneva or the studious silence of a Paris shoemaking workshop, he listens to women and men who share their tremendous pride in their métier, love for their terroir and obsession with perfection.

These are stories of passion, accounts of unique lives amidst the little seen secrets of LVMH Maisons, such as Bulgari, Château d’Yquem, Maison Francis Kurkdjian, Sephora and Dior. The “Confidences Particulières” series of 13 exclusive podcasts debuts September 17 on the Journées Particulières website and download platforms (Soundcloud, Podcast Addict and Apple Podcast).


“A mechanical watch is an emotion, an heritage, a savoir-faire, a piece of History. It has a soul.”
One of the true icons of the watchmaking industry, Jean-Claude Biver, Chairman of LVMH Watches (Hublot, TAG Heuer, Zenith) shares his experience of a lifetime in watchmaking and reveals some of his multiple source of inspiration.


“The ultimate goal for a sommelier is to become Master Cellar. But for me, the most important thing is to keep learning.”

Caroline Fiot, oenologist at Ruinart, explains in our second episode of “Confidences Particulières” how she joined the prestigious champagne House.


Did you ever wonder what was behind each unique pair of bespole Berluti shoes?

Jean-Michel Casalonga, Master Shoemaker of the Prestigious Parisian House, tells you everything and more about his craft.


“What makes a fragrance beautiful is the balance within the ingredients.”

Francis Kurkdjian grew up in a happy and creative family, which imbued in him a sense of spectacle and a love of clothes and parties. In his Parisian studio, he recalls with amusement a letter that changed the course of his life.