We are so proud of our heritage at Le Louvre. It is true that you can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been. It is a privilege to be able to build on the legacy that is Miss Wightman’s creativity and eternal quirk since the 1920s and following on Georgina Weir’s saavy business acumen and ability to move with the times.
Here are some special, exclusive images from some of Le Louvre’s heritage. A feast for the eyes!!
Le Louvre, Melbourne has remained the destination for ladies since the mid-1920s. Miss Wightman and subsequently her daughter, Georgina Weir were coined as the style and taste-makers of fashion for multiple generations of Australian women and – at moments in time – international visitors as well.
THE LE LOUVRE INVITATION
Remaining a similar size to its previous generations, the Le Louvre Invitation remains much sought-after to this day. Three to four times a year these are sent to clients and shows a chronology of the face and family of Le Louvre.