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Takashi Murakami on New Exhibitions, NFTs and Why Bernard Arnault Should Be a Brand

Click here to read the full article. With exhibitions unrolling at Gagosian in New York and The Broad museum in Los Angeles, as well as a flotilla of NFTs, Takashi Murakami is melding the physical and the virtual. ”An Arrow Through History” debuts Wednesday at Gagosian’s two Madison Avenue locations and an immersive VR component will be accessible on its site or through a VR headset. Gallery visitors will be able to activate Snapchat lenses to view AR animations in each gallery and on the building exterior of one of the Upper East Side sites. The digital marketplace RTFKT Studios (which...
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Bernard Arnault Can Keep Running LVMH Until He’s 80

Click here to read the full article. Bernard Arnault’s long-term, family-driven view on luxury extends to himself. On Thursday, shareholders of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton voted 81.6 percent in favor of a resolution to extend to 80 the age limit for its longtime chairman and chief executive officer, who is 73. Previously the company’s bylaws fixed 75 as the age limit for serving as CEO.More from WWDRed Carpet Photos from the 2022 Cesar AwardsFront Row at Christian Dior Couture Spring 2022Louis Vuitton Men's Pre-Fall 2022 Dressed in a slim-fitting suit the same shade of blue favored by French President Emmanuel Macron,...
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LVMH boss Bernard Arnault could extend tenure to age 80

PARIS, March 16 (Reuters) - Bernard Arnault, 73, could extend his tenure at the helm of luxury house LVMH (LVMH.PA) to the age of 80, according to a company filing ahead of its annual shareholder meeting. Shareholders of the world’s largest luxury group, which owns dozens of high end labels...
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Bernard Arnault in Wait-and-See Mode on Metaverse

Click here to read the full article. PARIS — Bernard Arnault is in no hurry to charge into the metaverse — his brands are doing just fine in the real world. Speaking after his luxury conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton reported record full-year revenues and profits on Thursday evening, Arnault said while he was curious to explore the opportunities of the hotly hyped digital environment, he was also wary of a repeat of the dot-com bubble (LVMH was, after all, a major investor in the ill-fated Boo.com in the late ’90s).More from WWDLouis Vuitton Men's Pre-Fall 2022First Look at Supreme's...
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Bernard Arnault Flexes a Tiffany Blue Patek Philippe 5740

After an image surfaced on Instagram of Bernard Arnault, owner of LVMH and now owner of Tiffany, playing chess with his son, it looked as though he was lucky enough to secure one of the 170 unique Tiffany-Blue Patek Philippe Nautilus Perpetual 5740 pieces. On closer inspection, however, it became...
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LVMH’s Bernard Arnault breaks the Internet by flexing his ultra-rare Patek Philippe.

Bernard Arnault, chairman for LVMH, owns some of the most coveted luxury brands in the world. Some include Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, TAG Heuer, Dom Perignon, Sephora, Tiffany & Co, and many others. Other than all these excellent brands, his recent possession caught the eye of the watch and luxury fans all over; a unique Tiffany Blue Patek Philippe 5740. The uber attractive watch was spotted on the billionaire’s wrist on Frédéric Arnault’s Instagram post. The father-son duo played a game of chess while wearing a kingly timepiece. Frederick is the CEO of TAG Heuer, and it speculated the watch he was wearing looked like a Tag Heuer Carrera. Still, the topic of discussion was undoubtedly the prestigious white gold perpetual calendar in the Nautilus family.
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LVMH’s Bernard Arnault: The Extraordinary CEO (Europe’s richest person’s Fashion Empire)

With a net worth of $167 billion, the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton CEO Bernard Arnault surpassed Bill Gates to become the third richest person globally. The French businessman is the driving force behind some of the biggest luxury fashion brands in the world. The central rationale of this discussion is to explore more about Bernard Arnault, his entrepreneurship journey, and the approach he used to create the world’s largest luxury empire. The discussion will analyze Bernard Arnault as the CEO of LVMH. The essay will document the attributes that made LVMH become a household name. The main approaches that Bernard Arnault used to make LVMH dominant are acquisition strategy, transformational and visionary leadership, and manufacturing unique products.
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Bernard Arnault – ‘Paris is booming’

Get a shot of weekend inspiration with the best in life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. When I ask Bernard Arnault what his primary concern is about the Cheval Blanc – the hotel that forms part of his €750m redevelopment of the Samaritaine building in central Paris – his answer is typically emphatic. He wants it to be “the best”.
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Bernard Arnault Exiting Arnaud Lagardère’s Personal Holding Company

Click here to read the full article. PARIS — Luxury titan Bernard Arnault is exiting Lagardère Capital, the personal holding company of Arnaud Lagardère. Financière Agache, the holding company of the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton chairman, said in a statement Wednesday that it is selling its entire stake in Lagardère Capital in exchange for Lagardère SA shares.More from WWDInside the Temple of Parisian Lifestyle: Pictures of La SamaritaineStella McCartney Fall 2019 CampaignRihanna's Fashion Forays Over Time Financière Agache’s stake in Lagardère Capital stands at 27 percent. Once the operation is finalized, at the latest by early October, Financière Agache will own...
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Bernard Arnault to Sell Carrefour Stake

Click here to read the full article. PARIS — The Financière Agache holding, controlled by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton chairman Bernard Arnault, said Tuesday that it would sell its remaining stake in the Carrefour Group. The sale concludes Arnault’s gradual exit initiated in September 2020 and concerns 5.7 percent of the share capital and 8.89 percent of voting rights.More from WWDInside the Temple of Parisian Lifestyle: Pictures of La SamaritaineDonald Trump Visits Louis Vuitton Factory in TexasLouis Vuitton's Architectural Habit “Agache has backed the Carrefour Group reliably for the past 14 years. Since my arrival, I have benefited from the trust...
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Bernard Arnault Again World’s Richest Man

Click here to read the full article. BACK ON TOP: Luxury titan Bernard Arnault is again the world’s richest man, according to Forbes. The chairman and chief executive officer of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton bumped Jeff Bezos from the top slot with a net worth of $199.9 billion, topping the Amazon founder and chairman’s $194.9 billion. Tesla founder Elon Musk was in third with a net worth of $185.5 billion. While Bezos has been busy blasting himself into space via his Blue Origin rocket, Amazon’s shares haven’t been quite as lofty of late, slumping on Friday to $3,344.94 after hitting...
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