Louis Vuitton 2. Hermes, $11.917 billion 3. Gucci, $7.449 billion 4. Chanel, $6.823 billion 5. Cartier, $5.327 billion 6. Rolex, $5.269 billion 7. Hennessy, $4.997 billion 8. Moet & Chandon, $4.570 billion 9. Fendi, $3.422 billion 10. Burberry, no total valuation listed Any surprises on...

Fendi Miu Miu Louis Vuitton Burberry I have been in New York for the last couple of weeks, working on the magazine spring issue. A lot of our private shopping has been occurring after business hours. So by the time i arrive for the pick ups, it's dark out and shops windows are lit. So i...

Posted by Melanie Rickey, Fashion Editor at Large 2012 will be a landmark year for Louis Vuitton. Or conversely a big year for us and our interaction with brand Louis Vuitton in ways that involve more than gawping at the runway pictures (or in my case admiration from my ringside seat). LV's...

There is a reason why Louis Vuitton named one of their most versatile handbags, the "Totally." It's totally versatile and totally usable. The medium size is perfect for toting your 15" MacBook Pro to work or handling a towel and sunglasses at the beach. Either way, it's totally indestructible...

All photos were shot by designer Karl Lagerfeld Sneak peak at Louis Vuitton Spring 2011 ad campaign Shot by Steven Meisel and featuring models Freja Beha Erichsen, Raquel Zimmermann and Kristen McMenamy Sneak peak at Valentino Spring 2011 campaign Sneak peak at Valentino's Spring...

In Kim Jones' third effort for the Louis Vuitton Men's Collection, he presented a clean collection that balanced sharp tailoring opposite playful spins on proportion to create a range of clothing that has broad based appeal for the modern practitioner of luxe living. The LV man for Spring 2013...

Leading luxury brands Louis Vuitton, Prada, Burberry, Vivienne Westwood, Vogue, GQ, Gucci, Sibling, Victoria Beckham, Paul Smith, Versace, Balenciaga and many others have made a 24-inch Pudsey Bear for Children In Need. Curated by LOVE Magazine editor Katie Grand, each brand designed a 24-inch...

President and CEO of Louis Vuitton Americas, Anthony Ledru, describes the new Maison's home as "a vibrant center of culture and creativity." He adds, "Louis Vuitton has been committed to the Miami area for more than 30 years and was a pioneer in the Design District. It is a neighborhood...

Suzy Kellems Dominik, founder of presents an exclusive look into Louis Vuitton's new cultural space and exhibit, "Where Should Othello Go?" in Venice, Italy. The exhibition focuses on works by Pompeo Marino Molmenti, an Italian painter known for historical pieces, which have been restored...

| Source: Fashion Windows Louis Vuitton picks Constans as new chief(FT) "Yves Carcelle, chief executive of Louis Vuitton, will stand aside at the end of the next year to be replaced by Jordi Constans, a senior executive of Danone, the French yoghurt group. The move, announced by Louis...

 

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