September 28, 2023

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Moët & Chandon shares effervescently festive

A much-loved part of holiday celebrations around the world, Moët & Chandon kicked off the festive season in spectacular form with elegant evenings in Paris and New York, welcoming A-list guests around champagne and music. Attended by Berta de Pablos-Barbier, President & CEO of Moët & Chandon, and Benoît Gouez, Chef de Cave of the House, the events transformed the Palais Brongniart and Lincoln Center into sparkling holiday celebrations.

In New York, Moët & Chandon hosted a memorable evening for friends of the House including Roger Federer, Sue Bird and Don C. Jessica Chastain, Emily Ratajkowski, Sienna Miller, Michaela Coel and other A-list guests, who discovered the monumental installation “Your Voices” by artist Es Devlin, which Moët & Chandon commissioned, along with live performances by New York choral groups. The fête continued against a backdrop of popping champagne corks with DJ sets by Heron Preston and Vashtie before a surprise performance by Mariah Carey, who had everyone up and dancing to her planetary permahit “All I Want for Christmas is You”.

In Paris, Moët & Chandon chose the Palais Brongniart as the surprise venue for an exceptional evening. Welcoming Belgian singer Angèle, disco icon Gloria Gaynor and DJ Kungs, the House showcased its inimitable festive spirit. Roger Federer, Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel and Naomi Harris were all on hand to enjoy culinary creations by Chef Yannick Alléno, paired with Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2004. The Moët & Chandon ambassador was joined by Alexia Duchêne and Yann Couvreur, chefs whose imaginations are as effervescent as the House’s emblematic Moët Impérial cuvée, shining a sparkling light on the very best of French gastronomy.

“The holiday season is an important and meaningful time for our House, with moments of celebration, sharing with loved ones and generosity,” said Berta de Pablos-Barbier “As we look forward to our 280th anniversary next year, we are honored to bring the values of the world’s most beloved champagne to these iconic cities.”

In tradition with its “Toast For A Cause”, this yearMoët & Chandon supports the Endangered Language Alliance in the United States, which strives to preserve global languages. In France, the House supports the GoodPlanet Foundation, created by French ecologist Yann Arthus-Bertrand to promote biodiversity. This commitment resonates with Moët & Chandon’s own “Natura Nostra” agroecology program, which supports greater biodiversity in ecosystems and works to protect local flora and fauna in the Champagne region.

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Moët & Chandon will celebrate its 280th anniversary in 2023. Guests in both New York and Paris were treated to a sneak peak of the great festivities in store, discovering the Grand Vintage 2004 served from Jeroboam bottles. In the run-up to this anniversary, Moët & Chandon raises a glass to champagne lovers everywhere.

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LV invites candidates to never stop dreaming

To support its growth, Louis Vuitton has revamped its careers site, with plans to recruit some 9,000 talents by 2025. The intuitive platform targets people with an appetite for challenges and an ability to meet them thanks to their creativity.

Louis Vuitton encompasses a vast collection of métiers, spanning retail, merchandising, operations, R&D, production and more. Candidates simply enter a keyword or job title and a location on the site homepage to embark on their future career journey. Each job description – written in the words of actual employees of the Maison –  lets candidates dive directly into the reality of the job and Louis Vuitton’s unique culture.

To prepare for interviews, talents find inspiration in the history of the Maison, from founder Louis to Vivienne, Louis Vuitton’s digital mascot. The Sustainability section of the site details Louis Vuitton’s ambitious commitments, coupled with detailed figures, inviting interested job applicants to discover the “Our Committed Journey” roadmap. And a News section looks at key events inside Louis Vuitton.

“Louis Vuitton offers a multitude of opportunities and exciting challenges for candidates from around the world. We designed this site to reflect our shared spirit and our incredible wealth of métiers in order to attract talented people who feel an affinity with our culture. We want to bring them a unique experience, starting right from the moment they apply for a job at Louis Vuitton,” says Olivier Sastre, Senior Vice President, Human Resources.

Available in five languages, Louis Vuitton Jobs offers everyone around the world a chance to embark on a compelling professional journey. This invitation to future members of the Maison is encapsulated in the ethos “We never stop dreaming. We craft new realities.”

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LVMH Fashion Maisons update women’s wardrobes

LVMH Fashion Maisons – Fendi, Dior, Loewe, Givenchy and Louis Vuitton – unveiled fresh takes on women’s silhouettes in Milan and Paris.


For the Fendi Spring/Summer 2023 womenswear collection, Artistic Director Kim Jones drew inspiration from pieces imagined by his illustrious predecessor: Karl Lagerfeld. The clothes celebrate the advent of the new millennium with a collision of minimalist ease and pop-infused eclecticism.  A fresh interpretation of a floral print from the archives of the Italian house and a logo first introduced in 2000 evoke the spirit of duality that permeates the history of Fendi. A harmonious palette of neutral colors – light gray, sky blue, white and beige – is interrupted by bold vibrant hues, while layers of organza and nylon jersey create an effortless yet refined effect. Accessories feature high-shine leathers alongside clean canvas and chained straps.  With this new wardrobe Kim Jones pays tribute to the bold creativity of the Italian house.



The Dior Spring-Summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection launched with a dance performance. The flowing bodies of the dancers, wearing trompe-l’œil flesh-colored outfits, accompanied the choreography of silhouettes designed by Maria-Grazia Chiuri. Inspired by the royal figure of Catherine de Médicis and the relationship between women and power, the Artistic Director for Dior Women’s collections presented a selection dominated by black. For the new season, Maria-Grazia Chiuri delved into the Dior archives to find a map of Paris printed on the back of a scarf. It has been replicated on a trenchcoat as ethereal as a paper map, as well as updated takes on the corset. The vocabulary of feminine undergarments reappeared throughout the show, from bustiers to stockings, bras tops to skirts, fishnet lace to broderie anglaise, as well as floral-motifs and pyjama stripes. Jewelry embellishments were pared down to precious necklaces that emphasize the beauty of a neck or ribbons tied around the waist. Highlight pieces included raffia coats embroidered with flowers and birds, showcasing the Dior atelier’s refined craftsmanship. Against the backdrop of a magical baroque grotto stage set by artist Eva Jospin, the collection celebrated the multiform power of both fashion and women.


Loewe presented its Spring-Summer 2023 runway show in the heart of Paris at the Battesti riding school, an architectural jewel of the Garde Républicaine. Against the backdrop of this metal framed national heritage treasure, built between 1890 and 1905, Jonathan Anderson created a sensual and poetic atmosphere with the looks in his new collection. Creative Director of Loewe since 2013, the British prodigy chose the anthurium as the muse for a colorful and whimsical floral wardrobe. The only splash of color on the pristine podium was a vibrant red giant reproduction of the tropical flower. Attendees were treated to pieces for the season featuring enameled metal or compact twisted knits. Ultra-short dresses and ceramic pieces were joined by pussy bow collar tops and aviator jackets. The designer imagined a wardrobe where the ordinary transforms into the extraordinary. Iconic pieces are revisited with tiny all-over anthuriums for the Puzzle bag, while the Goya continues its play on volume. An avant-garde statement on the reality of clothes, infused with tension and precision.

Louis Vuitton

Nicolas Ghesquière proposed an ode to femininity for the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2023 fashion show collection. An ode indeed, but one that glorifies its complexity, with a magnified take. As the show unfolded the silhouettes highlighted continual plays in volumes. Infinitely large and infinitely small came together, zooming in on details with scale that unsettles the codes of femininity in proportions re-evaluated by the Maison’s Artistic Director for Women’s Collections. The designer continues to challenge gender boundaries with androgynous looks for leather jackets and pants, while sharing a vision of a “survivalist” world in a life preserver style for bustiers and dresses, right from the first pieces. The creative audacity of the collection goes straight to the core of the DNA that has inspired the Maison’s success. The scenography in the Cour Carrée du Musée du Louvre was a “monster-flower” created by artist Philippe Parreno, pulsating as the silhouettes blossomed to life.


For its Spring-Summer 2023 collection, Givenchy proposes a contemporary take on a cosmopolitan urban wardrobe, bridging the France of Givenchy and its embodiment of Parisian chic, and the Californian universe of Artistic Director Matthew M. Williams. A worthy heir to the founder of the Maison, he reprised signature Givenchy codes with evening gowns both slit or with trains, embellished with feathers or sequins. Cinema-ready silhouettes evoking looks that made the House’s reputation across the Atlantic were unveiled in the Jardin des Plantes. Besides the reedited models, the “Voyou” bag made an impressive debut on the catwalk. Crafted in bright calf-leather and highlighted by an engraved hardware, it comes in a kaleidoscope of colors. Revisiting American workwear essentials and tropes from the classic military and men’s wardrobes, such as the bomber jacket or cargo shorts, the collection is placed under the sign of the dialogue between urban and savoir-faire.

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TAG Heuer celebrates Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7

To honor the 50th anniversary of the iconic Carrera RS, the mythic Porsche sports car that made its debut in 1972, TAG Heuer has unveiled two limited edition watches.

To mark the event, TAG Heuer, a partner of Porsche since 2021, has designed two new timepieces with a striking duo-tone color scheme in red or blue colorways, referencing the striking accents of the mythic vehicle. The two bold watches seamlessly integrate the acclaimed signature design codes of the two brands.



“The TAG Heuer Carrera chronograph is a tribute watch designed to express the character and power of this groundbreaking sports car,” says Frédéric Arnault, CEO of TAG Heuer. Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board for Sales and Marketing at Porsche AG, comments: “This is an alliance between two partners who share the same philosophy and love for exclusive products that combine innovation and heritage”. This unique collection showcases the power and authenticity of the two legends, which continue to leave their limits in the dust…together.

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Discover LVMH Maisons during Les Journées

During the fifth edition of Les Journées Particulières this October 14-16, many sites open to the public at our Maisons will welcome visitors without bookings, subject to available capacity.

The program includes exceptional experiences imagined by each Maison for their guests throughout the event, including guided tours, demonstrations of savoir-faire, workshops, tastings, exhibitions, concerts, conferences, masterclasses and more.

Don’t miss this opportunity to share these unique and exclusive experiences! We’re eagerly awaiting your visit!

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  • Acqua di Parma – Store Roma
  • Acqua di Parma – Store Milan
  • Belmond – Castello di Casole, Casole D’elsa (Siena)
  • Belmond – Cipriani Hotel, Venice
  • Belmond – Grand Hotel Timeo, Taormina (Messina)
  • Berluti – Shoes and leather goods Workshop, Ferrare
  • Bulgari – Via dei Condotti flagship store, Rome
  • Dior – Shoe Manufacture, Fosso
  • Fendi – Palazzo Fendi, Rome
  • Fendi – The Fendi Factory, Bagno a Ripoli
  • Fendi – The Fendi Shoes Factory, Fermo
  • Fondaco dei Tedeschi – DFS, Venice
  • Loro Piana – Headquarters, Milan
  • Louis Vuitton – Shoe Manufacture, Fiesso d’Artico
  • Conceria Masoni – The Tannery, Santa Croce sull’Arno
  • Thélios – Thélios Manifattura, Longarone


  • Sephora –El Triangle Store, Barcelona


Paris and suburbs

  • Berluti – Bespoke Tailoring Workshop, Paris
  • Berluti – Bespoke Shoemaking Workshop, Paris
  • Bulgari, Place Vendôme Flagship Store, Paris
  • Broderies Vermont –Broderies Workshop, Paris
  • Chaumet – Hôtel Baudard de Sainte-James, Paris
  • Dior – The Dior Gallery, Paris
  • Guerlain – Historical Boutique, Paris
  • The Jardin d’Acclimatation, Paris
  • Louis Vuitton – Asnières Workshop, Asnières
  • Sephora –Champs-Élysées Flagship Store, Paris
  • Sephora – Headquarters, Neuilly-sur-Seine

Outside Paris region

  • Château Cheval Blanc – The Estate, Saint-Émilion
  • Domaine des Lambrays – The Estate, Morey Saint Denis
  • Hennessy –Château de Bagnolet Garden, Cognac
  • Hennessy –Éditions Rares Workshop, Cognac
  • Krug – Family House, Reims
  • Krug – Clos du Mesnil, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger
  • Louis Vuitton – Abbaye Vendôme Workshop, Vendôme
  • Moët & Chandon – Fort Chabrol, Epernay
  • Moët & Chandon – Château de Saran, Chouilly
  • Ruinart – Vitiforestry Lodge, Taissy
  • Ruinart – Maison Ruinart, Reims
  • Tanneries Roux – The Tannery, Romans-sur-Isère
  • Veuve Clicquot – The Verzy Estate, Verzy
  • Veuve Clicquot – Hôtel du Marc, Reims
  • Veuve Clicquot – Chalk Cellars, Reims


  • Glenmorangie – The Distillery, Tain (Scotland)


  • TAG Heuer – The Manufacture, La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • Zenith – The Manufacture, Le Locle


  • RIMOWA – The Factory, Cambridge (Ontario)


  • Sephora – Shanghai West Nanjing Road Flagship Store, Shanghai


  • Cloudy Bay – The Estate, Rapaura
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