Merry Christmas, Hermès.
Finally, an LVMH exec fires back!
It's the only way their whole "unnamed holding company" scheme will work.
The Hermès family has pooled over 50 percent of the company into an unlisted entity where LVMH can't get to them.
Fifteen-year-old All-American teen Hailey Clauson is Gucci's newest face and modeling's Next Big Thing.
Ooh, more luxury mudslinging!
She's the wife of LVMH's main competitor, PPR's François-Henri Pinault.
People are invited to climb inside it.
They've taken out full-page ads in several French newspapers.
Meanwhile, Hermès's sales are going gangbusters.
They're being probed by French stock-market regulators.
Plus, even Madonna and Jennifer Lopez haven't been able to get their hands on Lanvin's H&M line before November 20.
Hermès required LVMH to make a statement of intent since they acquired 17.1 percent of the company last week.
Also, Japan Fashion Week was smaller than usual this year.
Also, Lara Stone defended her "sexually violent" Calvin Klein ad.
Plus, Anthropologie is opening an accessories-only store.
The hardworking commercial veteran has finally arrived in the high-fashion world.
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Also, Jean Paul Gaultier can't ride a horse or a bike.