Bernard Arnault

Now completed, at a cost of $143 million, the structure is an amazing tour de force. The glass units are neither roof nor façade: they are simply bulging, overlapping segments supported by an intricate mesh of steel.
Architect Frank Gehry says on the occasion of the opening of his new LV Fondation building and retrospective in Paris, "Well, you live a couple of lives, for me personally, I feel like the luckiest guy ever."
From Chanel boutiques in Paris and Beverly Hills to Christian Dior stores in Shanghai and New York, Marino is an interior Design Hall of Fame member.
French magnate Bernard Arnaud's desire to acquire Belgian nationality has reignited the debate over tax exile and the refusal of similar large estates to fulfill their fiscal responsibilities. There is, however, a simple and effective solution to end legal tax avoidance.
Whether in France, the UK or Hollywood, top actors and politicians have much in common. They are both performers by trade who are put under intense public scrutiny. Their careers require a huge amount of guts and stamina, and can disappear into thin air overnight for seemingly minor offenses.
In a statement, LVMH confirmed Arnault's request, but also maintained the billionaire "is and remains" a taxpayer in France
Stay tuned for confirmations from Jacobs or Arnault themselves, without which the rumors will likely remain just that -- rumors
Go to Facebook to see the pics and Vogue.co.uk to read more details. Also on the scene was Vodianova's son Lucas, one of
My head was spinning at the thought of the biggest round of fashion musical chairs I had heard about in some time. Fashion Week was turning into an episode of Gossip Girl on speed.
To protect American workers, in the luxury sector and elsewhere, our government trade negotiators should revisit outsourcing rules.
With the start of Haute Couture Week in Paris, luxury is on the ropes. Christian Lacroix is going under. Meanwhile, Prada and Armani are offering their brands to cell phone and car makers.
Some are empire builders. Others are hired guns. But if they truly have world-class oomph, they're on Fortune's subjective
It used to be heiresses just lunched, shopped and partied. Don't tell the $20 billion babies on Forbes' list of the 20 Most