Tiffany and Co., the jewelry brand founded in 1837.
On Monday, Tiffany published a press statement on her website, announcing that LVMH had approached the jewelry retailer about an unsolicited, non-binding proposal. Tiffany stated that their Board of Directors was "carefully reviewing the proposal" and will "determine the course of action.
According to Reuters, a deal between the two companies could be worth $ 14.5 billion, making it the most expensive acquisition LVMH has ever made.
If Tiffany becomes part of LVMH, the jewelry retailer would be joining the luxury conglomerates. In total, the LVMH owns 75 different brands.
Keep reading to see 17 of the iconic brands the luxury giant owns, ranked in chronological order of LVMH's acquisition date.