As we get ready for what promises to be an excellent year in 2014, here’s a look back at some of the highlights for the Group and its brands in 2013.
The second edition of the Journées Particulières was a resounding success. Over 120,00 visitors went behind the scenes at 42 LVMH Houses to meet hundreds of artisans who work for the Group.
A half century after its sensational debut in the world of motor racing, the emblematic Carrera—the first sports chronograph designed specially for professional drivers and aficionados of powerful sensations—was showcased in a retrospective exhibition in Geneva.
The Loro Piana family has chosen to sell a majority stake in their family business to the LVMH Group.
Nicolas Ghesquière was appointed Creative Director for Louis Vuitton women’s collections on November 4. He will show his first collection in Paris in March 2014.
The LVMH Group celebrated 20 years of exemplary environmental responsibility with a special event on October 17, attended by nearly 300 internal and external specialists in sustainable development.
When a major contemporary artist like Jeff Koons meets Dom Pérignon, the result is as compelling as the image of these unconventional icons.
Because both our roots and our future lie in creativity, LVMH brands have always actively nourished creative talent. Guided by this vision, the Group launched the LVMH Young Fashion Designer Prize.
Guerlain’s iconic boutique at 68 Champs-Elysées has reopened after more than a year of work. Take a guided tour of a mythic address on the world’s most beautiful avenue!
On November 13, 2013, LVMH invited 150 senior and high-potential executives to a day-long event dedicated to talent development. The meeting culminated with an official ceremony during which LVMH and 30 Group Houses signed the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles.
How does a brand like Sephora attract and develop the careers of the most talented people? Simply by remaining faithful to the essence of the brand, explain Sephora HR teams. The Sephora mindset is based on four key principles: energy, freedom, boldness and edge. These values are encapsulated in the company’s employer brand signature: We Are Sephora.