Strange as it sounds, the up-and-coming economic guard wants its luxury purchases to be inclusive and mutually beneficial.
French fashion house Louis Vuitton is popping up at department store chain Printemps’ Parisian flagship for a futuristic look at its collections.
Hearst-owned publication Harper’s Bazaar is assisting French fashion house Louis Vuitton in spreading awareness for its long awaited return to the fragrance category.
As France’s Louis Vuitton prepares to relaunch its perfume division, the fashion house is taking consumers on an inside tour of its fragrance headquarters.
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France’s Louis Vuitton has updated its packaging, changing the color from its iconic brown to a shade of saffron.
French fashion label Chanel has edged out Louis Vuitton as the most reputable brand, according to a global analysis performed by Brandwatch Analytics.
French luxury conglomerate LVMH has reported an organic revenue growth of 4 percent for the first half of 2016.