Fashion Conglomerates

The largest
fashion conglomerates
in the


Richemont (holding company)

  • Alfred Dunhill
  • Baume & Mercier
  • Cartier
  • Chloe
  • IWC
  • Lancel
  • A. Lange & Söhne
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre
  • Roger Dubuis
  • Montblanc
  • Officine Panerai
  • Piaget
  • Shanghai Tang
  • Vacheron Constantin
  • Van Cleef & Arpels


LVMH (holding company)


  • Louis Vuitton
  • Dior
  • Fendi
  • Loewe
  • Céline
  • Givenchy
  • Marc Jacobs
  • Donna Karan
  • Emilio Pucci
  • Kenzo
  • Berluti
  • Moynat
  • Edun
  • Thomas Pink
  • TAG Heuer
  • Zenith
  • Hublot
  • Chaumet
  • Bulgari
  • De Beers


Kering (holding company)

  • Gucci
  • Bottega Veneta
  • Brioni
  • Girard-Perregaux
  • Stella McCartney (50%)
  • Alexander McQueen (51%)
  • Puma
  • Saint Laurent Paris
  • Sergio Rossi
  • Boucheron
  • Sowind Group
  • JeanRichard
  • Queelin
  • Christopher Kane (51%)


Prada Group (holding company)

  • Prada
  • Miu Miu
  • Fendi
  • Helmut Lang
  • Jil Sander
  • Azzedine Alaia


Luxottica (holding company)

  • Alain Mikli
  • Oakley
  • Ray-Ban
  • Arnette
  • Oliver Peoples
  • Persol
  • Sunglass Hut
  • LensCrafters
  • Bulgari Eyewear
  • Burberry Eyewear
  • Chanel Eyewear
  • Dolce & Gabbana Eyewear
  • DKNY Eyewear
  • Miu Miu Eyewear
  • Paul Smith Spectacles
  • Prada Eyewear
  • Ralph Lauren Eyewear
  • Stella McCartney
  • Armani Eyewear
  • Versace Eyewear
  • Stella McCartney Eyewear
  • Tiffany & Co Eyewear

Last Night I Dreamed of Peace: The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram

Đặng Thùy Trâm (born November 26, 1942 in Huế, Vietnam; died on June 22, 1970 in Đức Phổ, Quảng Ngãi Province, Vietnam) was a Vietnamese civilian doctor who worked as a battlefield surgeon for North Vietnam during the Vietnam War. She was killed, in disputed circumstances, at the age of 27, by American forces while travelling on a trail in the Ba Tơ jungle in the Quảng Ngãi Province of south-central Vietnam. Her wartime diaries, which chronicle the last two years of her life, attracted international attention following their publication in 2005.

20 June 1970

Now immense sea and sky
Oh, uncle, do you understand this child’s heart…

No, I am no longer a child. I have grown up. I have passed trials of peril, but somehow, at this moment, I yearn deeply for Mom’s caring hand. Even the hand of a dear one or that of an acquaintance would be enough.

Come to me, squeeze my hand, know my loneliness, and give me the love, the strength to prevail on the perilous road before me.

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Quote of the Week

“Sit in a room and read — and read and read. And read the right books by the right people. Your mind is brought onto that level, and you have a nice, mild, slow-burning rapture all the time. This realization of life can be a constant realization in your living. When you find an author who really grabs you, read everything he has done. Don’t say, ‘Oh, I want to know what So-and-so did’—and don’t bother at all with the best-seller list. Just read what this one author has to give you. And then you can go read what he had read. And the world opens up in a way that is consistent with a certain point of view. But when you go from one author to another, you may be able to tell us the date when each wrote such and such a poem—but he hasn’t said anything to you.”

~ Joseph Campbell