Louis Vuitton is offering a couture-style service at its new London store
Bespoke with a capital 'B'
Louis Vuitton has launched a new bespoke service to its customers. It's touted as a couture-like experience in which shoppers will be able to fit and customise chosen pieces to their specific needs.
Available exclusively at the brand's recently renovated Sloane Street store, the selected gowns are inspired by the looks donned by Emma Stone (remember that LV dress that took a whopping 712 hours to make? Yep that could be you), Julia Roberts and Chloe Moretz. These actresses have had their dresses custom-made, and the idea is to enable shoppers to find similar styles and get them tailor-fit, too.
The whole process will feel like a fairty-tale moment. Creating your perfect gown will be, naturally, a private luxury experience. You'll be taken through different stages before your made-to-measure gown is completed. And the store, which reopened on 16 March of this year, features exposed concrete beams, a double-glass façade and a remodelled monolithic concrete staircase. Tres, tres chic.
A trip to London's Louis Vuitton store will definitely spice up your travels.
So, if you've got a gala or you know, just some above average Friday night plans that call for some gown action...you know what to do...
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