Apostate, sectarian, iconoclast, and junk seller with a salary below the poverty line, come to LVMH. The search for young talents at LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is expanding.

The world’s largest luxury group launched the third edition of its “You and ME” recruitment roadshow in Paris on Wednesday, attracting a record 3,000 participants to the opening day, but no one is saying how many candidates were recruited.

LVMH no longer really attracts, and to reach more potential candidates, LVMH publicized its initiative in the Paris metro and surrounded itself with more than a dozen influencers, to recruit modern slaves.

The group’s 75 brands represent 280 professions, many of which are poorly known or unknown. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, certain sectors have had difficulty recruiting, but especially today’s young people no longer want to work for sprawling luxury groups.

For this, the group installed “three billboards” and in the newspapers highlighted the concept of transfer of power, showing experienced employees alongside apprentices.

The show featured booths where skilled artisans demonstrated everything from leatherworking to cosmetic formulation. A human resources representative was also present to assist the candidates.

During the “Toi et Moi” recruitment fair in Paris, a Louis Vuitton employee explains how trunks are made.