In February, France passed legislation that prohibits the distruction of merchandise. “Projet de loi relatif à la lutte contre le gaspillage et à l’économie circulaire” – or “Bill on the fight against waste and the circular economy,” imposes hefty fines to companies that don’t donate unsold non-food goods.
This puts companies like LVMH in a peculiar situation as they have always destroyed unsold merchandise. In a turn of protocol, Louis Vuitton has been liquidating past season merchandise through its e-commerce site 24S.
Right now, 24S is offering discounts that can save 10% off nearly everything on the site. You can use the code ULTIMATESFIRST10 to engage the discount, which includes reduced Louis Vuitton.
Over this way, you need to grab this Louis Vitton hat
that comes to $269 from $420 and the matching scarf
is $475 from $620. Seems like we are going to be socializing outside a lot this winter and some outdoor fancy might be just the thing you need. In addition, there is this Damier belt
and this classic monogram Artsy bag
24S is LVMH owned and therefore offers brands, like Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Celine, which you can’t find on many other websites. The best value of shopping on 24S is that all duties are included in the sale price, shipping is free, and there is no sales tax. Even if an item isn’t less expensive the savings of no tax and the awkwardness of in-store shopping makes online designer shopping even more attractive. My last order from 24S arrived in 30 hours after my “complete order” click.
Beyond the most elevated brands, you can use the code MID15 and save 15% off merchandise from the likes of Valentino and Canada Goose.