The tech bonanza includes mixed drinks prepared by robots and runs from Feb. 23 to April 22.
The recently merged global mall giant has already sold off 2 billion euros worth of real estate.
The case is winding its way back down through the judicial system following a ruling from the European Court of Justice last year.
Analysts size up retail productivity at LVMH’s star label, where business surpassed 10 billion euros in annual sales.
The luxury firm plans to build a workshop in Normandy that will employ 250 workers.
Brisk exports helped temper a decline in domestic consumption last year.
The world’s largest luxury brand continues to bet on connected watches.
Technology is key for helping retailers understand what makes shoppers tick, according to Alyssa Auberger of Baker McKenzie.
The opening caps a three-year construction project, led by star architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group.
Projecting “healthy growth” for 2019, the group said January has started with “solid growth.”
The fast-fashion retailer is betting on improved infrastructure, more full-priced sales and a new recruit: AI specialist Christopher Wylie.
The executive previously worked for Lancel and Chloé.