LONDON, United Kingdom — Douglas Holding AG, the German cosmetics retailer owned by Advent International Corp., is the final bidder for French perfume and cosmetics retailer Nocibé SA from Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP, according to people with knowledge of the process.
PARIS, France — France's market regulator is fining luxury conglomerate LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton 8 million euros ($10.4 million) for not disclosing its intention to build up a significant stake in handbag and scarf maker Hermès.
Sales of luxury goods are slowing and, given the uncertain outlook, investors are taking profits, reports Pierre Mallevays, founder and managing partner of Savigny Partners.
ISTANBUL, Turkey — Social unrest in Turkey and Brazil is making it harder for luxury-goods makers to keep shoppers spending in a difficult economy, according to Ermenegildo Zegna.
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.
Luxury brands should take a page from technology companies like Apple and adopt ‘ecosystem models’ to develop new markets, channels and products, advises a recent report by The Boston Consulting Group. BoF investigates.
PARIS, France — LVMH will throw open the doors of its Louis Vuitton workshops and Hennessy cognac cellars at the weekend in the latest salvo of an advertising war among luxury groups to show off the craftsmanship behind their brands.
PARIS, France — With Vuitton’s sales growth slowing from Barcelona to Beijing, Sephora will help LVMH’s Selective Retailing unit overtake fashion and leather goods as its biggest business by 2018, Sanford Bernstein estimates.
With the support of L Real Estate, developer Craig Robins’ vision for Miami’s off-kilter luxury enclave is coming to life.
PARIS, France — French market regulator AMF said on Friday it was requesting to fine luxury group LVMH 10 million euros, the maximum sanction that can be proposed, in a probe into the build-up of LVMH's initial 17 percent stake in rival Hermès.
PARIS, France — Luxury goods group LVMH on Friday asked for the dismissal of a French market watchdog inquiry into the build-up of its first 17 percent stake in rival Hermès.