Delphine Arnault is a popular American businesswoman, executive vice president of Louis Vuitton (LVMH Group), and head of the fashion house Dior. She is widely notable for her father Bernard Arnault, a French business magnate, investor, and art collector.
Delphine Arnault was born on April 4, 1975, in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France to parents Bernard Arnault and Anne Dewavrin. She has a younger brother named Antoine Arnault. Delphine studied at a French-American school in New York. Then she obtained degrees from the London School of Economics and EDHEC Business School.
Delphine Arnault kicked off her professional career with McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm. Then she joined LVMH, a French holding multinational corporation, and conglomerate in 2000.
In 2003, she became a member of the management board of the group LVMH as the youngest person and first woman. In 2008, Delphine began her Dior journey being deputy chief of the designer.
Finally, Bernard Arnault appointed her daughter Delphine Arnault as the CEO and chair of Dior with effect from 1 February.
On September 24, 2005, Delphine Arnault married Alessandro Vallarino Gancia, heir to the Italian winemaker Gancia. After nearly five years together the couple called it over in 2010 and finally they got divorced.
Now she lives with partner Xavier Niel, a French billionaire businessman involved in the telecommunications and technology industry. Together the couple has a daughter named Elisa born on August 17, 2012, and a son named Joseph born on September 20, 2016
|Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday
|April 4, 1975
|Affairs & More
|Alessandro Vallarino Gancia (m. 2005–2010)
|Xavier Niel (2010–)
|Sexual Orientation (Gay or Lesbian)
|Physical Stats & More
|5 feet 8 inches
|Source of Income & Net Worth