The famous Argentine celebrity took a tour of the house that belonged to his greatest idol in the world of fashion and could not hide his emotion
The Argentine model Wanda Nara, 34, who is a partner of the footballer Mauro Icardi, shared with her followers a series of images that show her touring the mansion of the renowned designer Louis Vuitton in France.
The property, which is located in the French town of Asnières and is currently a museum, has several elements that take us back to the time when it was inhabited by one of the greatest exponents of the world of fashion and one of the greatest idols of the South American.
“I had the pleasure of spending noon and discovering the Lord Louis Vuitton Family Mansion. We also prepare macaroni thanks to the advice of Pierre Hermé ”, Wanda wrote in reference to one of the most prestigious pastry chefs and chocolatiers in the European country.
In one of the postcards, the also television presenter is shown in the foreground posing with a luxurious handbag, while behind her you can see an antique piano, a fireplace, a mirror, as well as a pool table, and a living room.
The second photo shows her holding several macaroons with both hands, while to one side there is a burning fireplace, as well as a room made up of antique sofas and a coffee table that pretends to be a trunk.
In a third image, in which the celebrity no longer appears, the pool table and some picture frames are seen in the foreground, while in the background a room made up of a long sofa, four individual ones, and a coffee table is appreciated…
Likewise, he was portrayed in one of the terraces that the historic building has, which is made up of a bust, a table for four chairs, a flowerpot with its respective tree, and a black and white painting.
“I don’t drink alcohol, but I couldn’t say no to the best French champagne. In the gallery of the historic house of Louis Vuitton, “wrote the model on Instagram.
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In 1859, before becoming the home of Louis Vuitton, the place served as his workshop, and it was until 1878 that the designer and his wife, Emilie, built their home in the gardens that surrounded their workplace, which is preserved until the present day.