Succession Planning at LVMH

Delphine and Antoine Arnault | Source: Dior.com

PARIS, France — Two years ago, Bernard Arnault asked his son Antoine to run shoemaker Berluti, then this month he installed his daughter, Delphine, as executive vice president of Louis Vuitton. While her brief is to revive the handbag maker and Antoine’s task is to transform Berluti into a menswear titan, Arnault is auditioning both for another job: his own.

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Power Moves | Delphine Arnault to Leave Dior for Louis Vuitton

Delphine and Antoine Arnault | Source: Dior.com

PARIS, France ­— According to market sources, Delphine Arnault, the eldest child of LVMH chairman and chief executive Bernard Arnault, will leave her post as deputy general manager of Dior, which she has held since 2008, for a position at the group's largest luxury brand, Louis Vuitton, effective this September.

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Mellon moves, Holt Renfrew’s new chain, Cowboy to couture, Wool at the top, Antoine Arnault

Tamara Mellon by Denny Chitis | Source: NY Times

Tamara Mellon’s Next Step (NY Times) “Last November, when Tamara Mellon suddenly left Jimmy Choo, the shoe company she helped build into a global juggernaut, taking with her a reported payout of roughly $135 million, she did so without much explanation. The only thing close to an official statement was a message, sent out to her roughly 12,000 followers on Twitter, thanking them for their support and signing off with,

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