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Louis Vuitton Opens Ski-Thru Boutique In Swiss Resort [Video]

Louis Vuitton Opens Ski-Thru Boutique In Swiss Resort [Video]
Design & Architecture

Luxury brand reveals its chalet-inspired store in Gstaad.

Yi Chen
  • 2 january 2013


The French luxury brand has opened a ‘winter resort’ in Gstaad, Switzerland. The ski resort is in a popular holiday region where luxury five-star hotels offer breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps. Louis Vuitton first opened its store in Gstaad in 2004, and the most recent opening also marked the 700th anniversary of the winter destination.

Vacation-goers can simply ski right to the front door of the boutique store. The architecture of the store is inspired by Swiss chalets and offers a cozy atmosphere inside. Other high-end brands located in Gstaad include Hermès, Cartier, and Audemars Piguet.

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See Louis Vuitton announcing its opening at the Gstaad resort in the video below.

Louis Vuitton

 

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