How lucky is Susie, of Style Bubble, to have been one of the few people invited to visit Louis Vuitton‘s original workshop in the Parisian suburb of Asnières? From 1859 to 1977, the Asnières workshop was Vuitton’s sole production facility and two adjacent homes were where generations of the Vuitton family resided. So fascinating, right?! In addition to all the luxurious vintage trunks, I’m smitten with the gorgeous Art Nouveau details, from one of my favorite periods in decorative art and history. Be sure to check out the rest of Susie’s tour and a peek inside the atelier as it functions today.
Wow, this place is amazing!!
awesome opportunity… and the detail on that furniture is to die for!
*swoon* Maybe I’ll get on a train and lurk over in Asniers next school holiday….
Wow it looks like a palace! that ornate secretary is just amazing!
in dramatic fashion
AMAZING! I’m jealous! Such inspiration.. I would have loved to work there.
What a beautiful place!
wow..this is amazing..just beautiful
It’s easy to see why LV has been such a pillar of style and elegance for over 150 years and wonderful to think it all began in that stunning place.
I know, I stared at her aricle for litterally an hour, picking every gorgous detail of every picture….
wow, amazing! I have loved LV ever since my uncle bought me my first piece. so jealous she was able to tour this incredible piece of history
Beautiful. The details are just stunning, such an honor to have a tour of such an important place in fashion history.
I LOVE THE DETAILS*
Paradise! The preservation of the original Art Nouveau details is stunning.
Thank you for sharing this incredible space!
I love the details!
wow no kidding! lucky girl
I just love the secretaire! I always wished to have one as rich as the one in your picture!
amazing place, i would love to have an apartement just like that!
So beautiful and fragile, almost seems like a museum!! I love art nouveau as well, there’s something so magical and enchanting about it!!
Thanks for sharing!
I want that house! *-* So delicate and pretty. Love it!
It’s not just a “place” .
BTW – guys, if ever in France…..entrance is FREE, only open on weekends and need to make reservations on-line 🙂