PARIS — LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is putting its stamp on an initiative that casts a broad net for aspiring artisans in have-not neighborhoods, and trains them for a variety of luxury métiers, WWD has learned.
Starting in September, roughly 20 young people are to commence special two-year degree courses in jewelry or dressmaking that include paid work terms at LVMH brands and additional mentoring from the French luxury group’s in-house experts.
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