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Louis Vuitton Makes Honey On The Roof Of Its HQ In Paris

Louis Vuitton Makes Honey On The Roof Of Its HQ In Paris
Innovation

The luxury fashion brand is bottling honey from its urban beehives to give to friends.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 august 2011

Louis Vuitton has packaged up the honey from the three beehives it installed two years ago on the roof of it’s Parisian headquarters. The hives were visited by up to 200,000 bees during that time, gathering 75kg of nectar. According to the French beekeepers association, urban bees can be up to four times more productive than rural bees.

Louis Vuitton Makes Honey On The Roof Of Its HQ In Paris

The product is labelled as ‘La Belle Jardinière’ and will be distributed as a gift to friends of Louis Vuitton.

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