by Naomi May
Louis Vuitton has announced that it’s opening the brand’s first-ever cafe and restaurant next month at its Osaka flagship store.
Le Café V will be located on the top floor of Vuitton’s new four-level Osaka maison, and will include a menu designed by acclaimed Japanese chef Yosuke Suga.
Michael Burke, chairman and chief executive officer of Vuitton, confirmed the development, and hinted that more restaurants and even hotels could be in the pipeline for the brand.
The development follows the news that Tiffany & Co., which is owned by LVMH, the same company that owns Vuitton, is opening its first European Blue Box Cafe in Harrods.
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