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LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) history, profile and corporate video

   LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is a multinational conglomerate (a multi-industry company) specializing in luxury products, headquartered in Paris, France.

   LVMH was formed in 1987 through the merger of Moët Hennessy and Louis Vuitton.

Moët Henessy

   Moët Hennessy was formed in 1971 through the merger of champagne producer Moët & Chandon (founded in 1743) with the cognac producer Hennessy (founded in 1765).

Louis Vuitton

   Louis Vuitton is a French luxury fashion house founded by Louis Vuitton in 1854.

LVMH’S BRANDS & SUBSIDIARIES


   LVMH is the holding company for prestigious brands and subsidiaries that operate in different sectors, such as Wines & Spirits, Fashion & Leather Goods, Perfumes & Cosmetics, Watches & Jewelry, Selective Retailing, and Other Activities.

Wines & Spirits

  • Clos Des Lambrays (Since 1365)
  • Château D’yquem (Since 1593)
  • Dom Pérignon (Since 1668)
  • Ruinart (Since 1729)
  • Moët & Chandon (Since 1743)
  • Hennessy (Since 1765)
  • Veuve Clicquot (Since 1772)
  • Ardbeg (Since 1815)
  • Château Cheval Blanc (Since 1832)
  • Glenmorangie (Since 1843)
  • Krug (Since 1843)
  • Mercier (Since 1858)
  • Chandon (Since 1959)
  • Cape Mentelle (Since 1970)
  • Newton Vineyard (Since 1977)
  • Cloudy Bay (Since 1985)
  • Belvedere (Since 1993)
  • Terrazas de Los Andes (Since 1996)
  • Bodega Numanthia (Since 1998)
  • Cheval des Andes (Since 1999)
  • Woodinville (Since 2010)
  • Ao Yun (Since 2013)
  • Clos19 (Since 2017)
  • Volcan de Mi Tierra (Since 2017)

Fashion & Leather Goods

  • Loewe (Since 1846)
  • Moynat (Since 1849)
  • Louis Vuitton (Since 1854)
  • Berluti (Since 1895)
  • Rimowa (Since 1898)
  • Patou (Since 1914)
  • Loro Piana (Since 1924)
  • Fendi (Since 1925)
  • Celine (Since 1945)
  • Christian Dior (Since 1947)
  • Emilio Pucci (Since 1947)
  • Givenchy (Since 1952)
  • Kenzo (Since 1970)
  • Marc Jacobs (Since 1984)

Perfumes & Cosmetics

  • Officine Universelle Buly (Since 1803)
  • Guerlain (Since 1828)
  • Acqua Di Parma (Since 1916)
  • Parfums Christian Dior (Since 1947)
  • Givenchy Parfums (Since 1957)
  • Perfumes Loewe (Since 1972)
  • Benefit Cosmetics (Since 1976)
  • Make Up for Ever (Since 1984)
  • Kenzo Parfums (Since 1988)
  • Fresh (Since 1991)
  • KVD Beauty (Since 2008)
  • Maison Francis Kurkdjian (Since 2009)
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty (Since 2013)
  • Cha Ling (Since 2016)
  • Fenty Beauty by Rihanna (Since 2017)

Watches & Jewelry

  • Chaumet (Since 1780)
  • Tiffany & Co. (Since 1837)
  • Tag Heuer (Since 1860)
  • Zenith (Since 1865)
  • Bulgari (Since 1884)
  • Fred (Since 1936)
  • Repossi (Since 1957)
  • Hublot (Since 1980)

Selective Retailing

  • Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche (Since 1852)
  • La Grande Epicerie De Paris (Since 1923)
  • Starboard Cruise Services (Since 1958)
  • DFS (Since 1960)
  • Sephora (Since 1969)

Other Activities

  • Cova (Since 1817) – one of Italy’s oldest pasticceria;
  • Royal Van Lent (Since 1849) – a Dutch high-end yacht builder;
  • Jardin d’Acclimatation (Since 1860) – the oldest attraction and leisure park in France;
  • Les Echos (Since 1908) – a French media outlet that covers financial news;
  • Le Parisien (Since 1944) – a French general interest news media brand;
  • Connaissance Des Art (Since 1952)  – a French magazine for art;
  • Investir – Le Journal des Finances (Since 1974) – a weekly financial publication;
  • Belmond (Since 1976) – luxury travel;
  • Radio Classique (Since 1983);
  • Cheval Blanc (Since 2006).

   With more than 150,000 employees, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is considered one of the world’s largest companies in luxury products and one of the most valuable companies in Europe. According to Forbes, it is considered one of the Largest Public Companies in the World.

*Information from Forbes.com, Wikipedia.org, and ”www.lvmh.com”.

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LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton – Company profile and history video

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