LVMH is the world’s biggest luxury goods company.
The business was established in 1987 when fashion house Louis Vuitton and wine and spirits firm Moët Hennessy merged.
The French conglomerate, which is headquartered in Paris, owns 75 brands, employs more than 155,000 staff and has a global network of more than 4,590 stores. LVMH controls around 60 subsidiaries and each of these manages a selection of prestigious brands across a range of sectors including wine, cognac, perfumes, cosmetics, luggage, watches and jewellery.
Some of LVMH’s best-known brands and subsidiaries include Christian Dior, Marc Jacobs, Sephora, Benefit Cosmetics, Celine, Tag Heuer and Tiffany & Co.