Discover travel-inspired, one-of-a-kind haute joaillerie and timepieces inside the Louis Vuitton flagship store on Place Vendôme.
Louis Vuitton may be one of the oldest luxury houses in Paris - the brand opened its first luggage store in the city in 1854 - but it is one of the newest additions to the Parisian fine jewellery and watchmaking world. The Maison began manufacturing watches in 2002 and opened its first standalone jewellery and watch boutique on Place Vendôme in 2012.
On the corner of Rue de la Paix and Place Vendôme, the Louis Vuitton boutique is housed inside a magnificent 18th century townhouse facing the Vendôme Column. Designed by renowned American architect Peter Marino, the interior features chocolate and gold-hued modern marquetry, and unexpected textures such as an entire back wall covered in eel skin. This mixture creates a luxurious and modern environment, which sets a warm backdrop for the brand’s dramatic collections.
Showcasing the largest selection of Louis Vuitton fine jewellery and watch collections globally, visitors will discover one-of-a-kind high jewellery creations such as the travel-inspired Voyage dans le Temps, and Vuitton’s newest collection Acte V/The Escape. Watch lovers will not be disappointed either as this location has the largest collection of limited edition Louis Vuitton timepieces, including the hand-painted Escale Worldtime Zone and the Tambour Spin Time - both made in-house at La Fabrique du Temps, Geneva.
As the first Louis Vuitton flagship store dedicated solely to watches and jewellery, expect to find the largest selection of limited-edition timepieces and high jewellery anywhere in the world.
From in-house movements to hand-painted dials, Louis Vuitton watches are developed and manufactured in-house at La Fabrique du Temps, Geneva.
All of the Louis Vuitton high jewellery collections are crafted in-house by artisans in the Maison’s atelier, located directly above the flagship boutique.