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BREAKFAST OF TIFFANY'S

What LVMH’s big wardrobe of brands looks like after acquiring Tiffany

By Daniel Wolfe
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

French luxury goods group LVMH has a some shiny new jewelry. The Paris-based company behind Bulgari rings, Marc Jacobs shoes, Dior perfume, Zenith watches, Rihanna’s make-up line, and around 70 other luxury brands just bought Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion.

The deal, LVMH’s largest to date, doubles its existing watch and jewelry business, and bolsters its position as the world’s largest diversified luxury group, covering well-heeled shoppers from head-to-toe.

The company’s portfolio of brands also extends well beyond fashion, with a constellation of companies offering luxuries from champagne to resort vacations, upscale department stores, and custom-built yachts.

Acqua di Parma
1916
Perfumes and cosmetics
Ao Yun
2013
Wine and spirits
Ardbeg
1815
Wine and spirits
Belmond
1976
Hotels
Belvedere
1993
Wine and spirits
Benefit Cosmetics
1976
Perfumes and cosmetics
Berluti
1895
Fashion and leather goods
Bodega Numanthia
1998
Wine and spirits
Bulgari
1884
Watches and jewelry
Cape Mentelle
1970
Wine and spirits
Celine
1945
Fashion and leather goods
Cha Ling
2016
Perfumes and cosmetics
Chandon Argentina
1959
Wine and spirits
Chandon Australia
1986
Wine and spirits
Chandon Brazil
1973
Wine and spirits
Chandon California
1973
Wine and spirits
Chandon China
2013
Wine and spirits
Chandon India
2014
Wine and spirits
Château Cheval Blanc
1832
Wine and spirits
Château d’Yquem
1593
Wine and spirits
Chaumet
1780
Watches and jewelry
Cheval Blanc
2006
Hotels
Cheval des Andes
1999
Wine and spirits
Christian Dior
1947
Fashion and leather goods
Clos des Lambrays
1365
Wine and spirits
Clos19
2017
Wine and spirits
Cloudy Bay
1985
Wine and spirits
Connaissance des Arts
1952
Media
Cova
1817
Restaurants
DFS
1960
Retail
Dom Pérignon
1668
Wine and spirits
Emilio Pucci
1947
Fashion and leather goods
Fendi
1925
Fashion and leather goods
Fenty
2019
Fashion and leather goods
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna
2017
Perfumes and cosmetics
Fred
1936
Watches and jewelry
Fresh
1991
Perfumes and cosmetics
Givenchy
1952
Fashion and leather goods
Givenchy Parfums
1957
Perfumes and cosmetics
Glenmorangie
1843
Wine and spirits
Guerlain
1828
Perfumes and cosmetics
Hennessy
1765
Wine and spirits
Hublot
1980
Watches and jewelry
Investir
1974
Media
Jardin d’Acclimatation
1860
Amusement Parks
Kat Von D Beauty
2008
Perfumes and cosmetics
Kenzo
1970
Fashion and leather goods
Kenzo Parfums
1988
Perfumes and cosmetics
Krug
1843
Wine and spirits
La Grande Epicerie de Paris
1923
Retail
La Samaritaine
1870
Retail, hotels, real estate
Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche
1852
Retail
Le Parisien
1944
Media
Les Echos
1908
Media
Loewe
1846
Fashion and leather goods
Loro Piana
1924
Fashion and leather goods
Louis Vuitton
1854
Fashion and leather goods
Maison Francis Kurkdjian
2009
Perfumes and cosmetics
Make Up For Ever
1984
Perfumes and cosmetics
Marc Jacobs
1984
Fashion and leather goods
Marc Jacobs Beauty
2013
Perfumes and cosmetics
Mercier
1858
Wine and spirits
Moët & Chandon
1743
Wine and spirits
Moynat
1849
Fashion and leather goods
Newton Vineyard
1977
Wine and spirits
Nicholas Kirkwood
2004
Fashion and leather goods
Parfums Christian Dior
1947
Perfumes and cosmetics
Patou
1914
Fashion and leather goods
Perfumes Loewe
1972
Perfumes and cosmetics
Pink Shirtmaker
1984
Fashion and leather goods
Radio Classique
1983
Media
Rimowa
1898
Fashion and leather goods
Royal Van Lent
1849
Yachts
Ruinart
1729
Wine and spirits
Sephora
1969
Retail
Starboard Cruise Services
1958
Retail
TAG Heuer
1860
Watches and jewelry
Terrazas de los Andes
1999
Wine and spirits
Tiffany and Co.
1837
Watches and jewelry
Veuve Clicquot
1772
Wine and spirits
Volcan de mi Tierra
2017
Wine and spirits
Woodinville
2010
Wine and spirits
Zenith
1865
Watches and jewelry

Correction: An earlier version of this story noted that Givenchy was acquired in 1986 as part of a deal for Veuve Clicquot. Givenchy Parfums was included in that transaction, but Givenchy Couture Group wasn’t purchased by LVMH until 1988.

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