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It does sound like a pretty sweet deal.
The LVMH Group recently bought renowned American luxury brand Tiffany for a staggering $15.8 billion price tag, the conglomerate’s biggest acquisition yet. Tiffany recently made headlines by collaborating with long time watch partner Patek Philippe for its 170th anniversary by shocking the timepiece ...
 
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Here’s the back story.
Last December, we covered the record-breaking auction result of the Phillips auction with lot number 1T (the T presumably represented Tiffany), or the Patek Philippe Nautilus with the striking Tiffany Blue dial. It was the first item up for bid out of ...
 
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"[LVMH] offers a truly unique partnership opportunity to fuel the next chapter of growth for Aimé Leon Dore."
Aimé Leon Dore is in a state that any label in the industry would find envious—it's fully cool. The fashion and lifestyle brand, created in 2014 by Teddy Santis, is perhaps best known for its refined take on streetwear. And, of course, who ...
 
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LVMH has called off takeover deal amid COVID-19 and tariff issues.
French luxury conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH) is backing out of a deal to acquire Tiffany & Co., and the world’s most famous jewelry retailer is not happy about it. According to multiple news reports, LVMH cited closing date issues as ...
 
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The luxury conglomerate’s bid has been approved by the American jewelry brand.
Last October, French luxury conglomerate LVMH made a bid to buy American jewelry company Tiffany & Co. for $14.5 billion. That initial bid, however, was rebuffed.Earlier today, various news reports surrounding LVMH’s higher bid swirled, and now, the deal has been officially approved.LVMH will buy ...
 
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It could be LVMH's largest purchase ever.
LVMH, the world's largest luxury goods company, is about to get bigger—that is, if things go according to plan. Bloomberg News has reported that the French company approached Tiffany earlier this month for an all-cash bid of $120 a share.Tiffany, however, is already ...
 
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With the demand for luxury goods currently exploding in China, the mogul has now become the third-ever centibillionaire in history.
Bernard Arnault, CEO and chairman of LVMH—the group of companies that owns Louis Vuitton, Moet and Chandon, and Hennessy, among many other luxury brands—has surpassed Bill Gates as the world’s second-wealthiest individual. Arnault’s net worth as of writing is at $107.6 billion, ...
 
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From Fenty Beauty to Veuve Clicquot, here are a few of the finest brands that LVMH owns.
As the world's largest luxury goods company, Bernard Arnault's LVMH has a vast portfolio of brands and subsidiaries. It has a total of 70 houses, 25 legacy houses, plus five brands that are younger than five years. LVMH's brands range from wines ...
 
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The 750 ml bottle is an "all-white" take on Moët & Chandon's classic gold-labeled rosé. See all the details here.
Off-White founder Virgil Abloh is at it again. Following successful collaborations with some of the world’s top fashion and apparel brands including Nike, Moncler, Jimmy Choo, and Levis, along with a number of creative partnerships with artistic icons such as Takashi Murakami, ...
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