Atelier Louis Vuitton, Asnières © Gabriel De La Chapelle / LVMH
Only a few days to go before the fourth edition of Les Journées Particulières. Reservations are now closed, but 42 venues are open to the public in France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, Scotland, Switzerland and Germany, including the Louis Vuitton ateliers in Asnières, Fendi’s Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in Rome, the Ruinart chalk wine cellars and more. To discover these exceptional places all you need to do is go there on October 12, 13 and 14 and meet our artisans, who are all excited about this unique chance to share the history and savoir-faire of their Maison with you.
The Atelier d’Asnières is the heart of Louis Vuitton. Near the former family home – now a private museum – some 200 artisans work in this atelier to craft emblematic pieces and special orders. Don’t miss this chance to meet these virtuosos eager to share their passion for their métier with you on October 12, 13 and 14.
Since the very first Christian Dior show in 1947, the famed couture house has created clothes that have marked their times. Nobody has had a more intimate view of these creations than the “petites mains” – the seamstresses who work in the ateliers at 30, Avenue Montaigne in Paris, and who perpetuate amazing savoir-faire passed on through generations.
By moving its headquarters to one of Rome’s most emblematic buildings, the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, Fendi expressed its strong commitment to celebrating its Roman heritage while forging into the future. Don’t miss this chance to discover the breathtaking architecture of this historical monument and the exceptional creations presented during the fourth edition of Les Journées Particulières.
Descending into the chalk wine cellars of Maison Ruinart is a journey to the very origins of champagne. In the cool calm of these subterranean chalk cathedrals, the bottled champagne slowly ages. Discover the unique experience of the silent, intimate atmosphere that reigns in the Maison Ruinart cellars in Reims.
The story of Charles Vermot, the story of the world of watchmaking and the story of Zenith’s unique savoir-faire all await you during Les Journées Particulières. The Zenith manufacture is where wrist watches, pocket watches and navigation instruments whose remarkable timekeeping precision is the stuff of legend have been crafted since 1865.
Surprise, innovation and reinvention have been part of the Bvlgari lexicon since the Maison was founded in Rome in 1884. Bvlgari’s historic boutique on Via dei Condotti in the Eternal City remains emblematic of this sparkling history. Moodboards, sketches and portraits let visitors discover the dazzling world of movie stars who have worn Bvlgari high jewelry over the years.
These Maisons and many others await your visit on October 12, 13 and 14! Visit the Journées Particulières website to see the full list of venues open to the public without prior reservation: