PARIS — Taking its travel heritage to a new zenith, Louis Vuitton is opening two key European flagships that are practically tourist attractions in their own right.
Located in historic buildings and loaded with cultural displays and art works, the sprawling new “Maisons” in Venice and Munich are meant to deliver nothing short of a transporting, even “emotional” experience, according to Michael Burke, Vuitton’s chairman and chief executive officer.
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