PARIS — A buoyant Bernard Arnault is anticipating another strong year for luxury after an “incredible vintage” in 2010.
Fielding questions at back-to-back shareholders meetings for LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton and its parent, Christian Dior SA on Thursday, the luxury titan sounded sanguine about his company and the business climate, as he answered queries about the natural disaster in Japan, and the ouster of Dior’s star couturier John Galliano on the eve of Paris Fashion Week.
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