The Most Detested Rich Kid of Instagram Overpays for His Louis Vuitton

Daughter’s Got a Brand New Bag, and It’s Louis Vuitton

Its why they dont overstock the store, only receiving one or two of each of the bags that they hold in the back. One example of this is the iconic Speedy bag in blue. Displayed in the Icon Room, directly to the left when one enters the store, its part of the pre-fall collection designed by Michael Kors. Dipped in sequins, its a fresh take on the Speedy, which was created in the 30s and was the first handbag sold by Louis Vuitton. Louis Vuitton is combining history and legacy, while adjusting to modern life and fashion, Dobkin said.

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But after a quick bit of research, it’s pretty clear that Lavish’s boasts are incorrect. Either this asshole is overpaying for his Louis Vuitton gear (which he’d surely be proud of), or he’s simply lying about the prices and inflating their value so that his audience think he’s wealthier than he actually is. Could it be that Lavish simply isn’t the Louis Vuitton Outlet Baron that he claims to be? Or is he just a dumbass who’s overpaying for stuff that, to be honest, isn’t even that impressively expensive ? Dude can definitely learn a lot about style, but we also feel like we could spend that money more outrageously. Because, truth be told, it’s not that lavish, bitch.

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The Most Detested Rich Kid of Instagram Overpays for His Louis Vuitton

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You must enter the verification code below to send. Invalid entry: Please type the verification code again. June 25, 2013, 8:01 a.m. ET LVMH Appoints Delphine Arnault as Executive Vice President of Louis Vuitton Text By Nadya Masidlover PARIS–French luxury giant LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA (MC.FR) said Tuesday that Delphine Arnault, daughter of company Chairman and Chief Executive Bernard Arnault, has been appointed executive vice president of its key Louis Vuitton brand. The 38-year old is set to take over the position in early September, LVMH said. In the role, she will oversee all product-related activities concerning the Louis Vuitton house. The move comes as LVMH’s largest fashion label seeks to re-energize business amid increasingly sluggish sales growth, as the previously strong appetite for the brand, notably in China, appears to wane. Ms. Arnault has been working for the world’s largest luxury group for over a decade. In 2001, she joined the executive committee of Christian Dior Couture, before being appointed deputy managing director of the label in 2008.

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As consumers make room for those luxuries that make them feel better by trading down on other items, it is the middle-of-the-road brands, such as Vuitton, that have suffered, Millward Brown Optimor said. Delphine Arnaults task will be to give the brand a more exclusive aura, deemphasizing its ubiquitous monogrammed canvas bags and introducing costlier leather bags. In the short term, that could depress sales growth, as LVMH also has said it plans to open fewer Vuitton boutiques. Delphine is the eldest of Bernard Arnaults five children. For the past five years she has held the No. 2 job at Christian Dior Couture, also controlled by her father.

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Arnault, 38, will join LVMHs largest brand in September from Christian Dior Couture, where she has been deputy managing director since 2008, the Paris-based luxury goods maker said today in a statement. The executives knowledge of high-quality products and her experience at Dior are key assets to contribute to the successful development of Louis Vuitton, Michael Burke, chairman and chief executive officer of the handbag maker, said in a statement. Vuitton is raising prices, using more leather as well as fewer logos in its product mix and limiting store expansion to regain its luster as sales growth slows from Barcelona to Beijing. LVMH, the worlds largest luxury goods maker, in April posted its weakest fashion and leather goods sales growth since 2009. Vuitton, which accounted for about half of LVMHs 5.9 billion euros ($7.7 billion) in earnings before interest and taxes in 2012, needs fixing, said Luca Solca, an analyst at Exane BNP Paribas. I can hardly imagine a more important job within the group than to be overseeing this process. It can be a coming of age assignment. The shares gained as much as 2.5 percent in Paris trading and were up 2.1 percent to 121.7 euros as of 4:33 p.m. To contact the reporter on this story: Andrew Roberts in Paris at aroberts36@bloomberg.net To contact the editor responsible for this story: Celeste Perri at cperri@bloomberg.net Facebook

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