Richemont owns several of the world's leading companies in the field of luxury goods, with particular strengths in jewellery, luxury watches and premium accessories.


The Group’s luxury interests encompass several of the most prestigious names in the luxury industry including IWC Schaffhausen, Vacheron Constantin, Baume & Mercier, Purdey, Jaeger-LeCoultre, A. Lange & Söhne, Cartier, Officine Panerai, Piaget, Lancel, Alfred Dunhill, Van Cleef & Arpels, Montblanc, Chloé, Azzedine Alaïa, Roger Dubuis, Peter Millar



Richemont Group - Brands and companies




Since 1868, IWC Schaffhausen has been crafting exquisite timepieces which combine innovative ideas with pure, distinctive designs. With our focus on engineering, our products appeal to enthusiasts with a technical interest in watches and an affinity for discreet luxury. 



Founded in 1847, Cartier is not only one of the most established names in the world of Jewellery and Watches: it is also the reference of true and timeless luxury. Referred to as The Maison Cartier, it distinguishes itself by its mastery of all the unique skills and crafts used for the creation of a Cartier piece. Driven by a constant quest for excellence in design, innovation and expertise, the Maison stands in a unique and enviable position, that of a leader and pioneer in its field. 



Created in 1906, Van Cleef & Arpels is a High Jewellery Maison embodying the values of creation, transmission and expertise. Each new jewellery and timepiece collection is inspired by the identity and heritage of the Maison and tells a story with a universal cultural background, a timeless meaning and expresses a positive and poetic vision of life. 



A. Lange & Söhne creates outstanding hand-finished mechanical timepieces with challenging complications that follow a clear and classical design line. Innovative engineering skills and traditional craftsmanship of the highest level guarantee state-of-the-art calibre design, the utmost mechanical precision, and meticulously hand-finished movements. 



Since 1830, Baume & Mercier has been creating watches of the highest quality, imbued with a classic, timeless aesthetic and leaving their mark on time itself. Our timepieces for men and women are all unfailingly committed to excellence and driven by a single purpose: to be indelible embodiments of the most memorable moments of our lives. 



Since its founding in 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre has created over 1 200 calibres and registered more than 400 patents, placing the Manufacture at the forefront of invention in fine watchmaking. Its leading position stems from its full integration with over 180 savoir faire gathered under one roof, in the heart of the Vallée de Joux. 



Officine Panerai’s exclusive sports watches are a natural blend of Italian design, innovative technology and maritime heritage. 



Piaget enjoys unrivalled credentials as both a Watchmaker and Jeweller. The fully integrated Manufactures enable the Maison to affirm its unique expertise in ultra-thin movements and gold crafting. Among its technical skills, Piaget is known for its boundless creativity shown in each new breathtaking thematic collection. 



Representing a disruptive blend of distinctive character and Haute Horlogerie expertise, Roger Dubuis has been at the forefront of the contemporary watchmaking scene since 1995. The Manufacture offers a range of audacious, hand-crafted, all-mechanical timepieces combining inventive calibres with powerful and daring designs



Crafting eternity since 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the world’s oldest watch Manufacture, faithfully perpetuating a proud heritage based on transmitting expertise through generations of master craftsmen. Vacheron Constantin is currently training 31 apprentices, highlighting the Maison’s commitment to nurturing its unique savoir faire. 



A living legend in the fashion world, the ‘soul of French fashion’, Azzedine Alaïa continues to create exceptional pieces that pay homage to the female form and are recognised globally for their exquisite design and beauty. 




Founded in 1893 in London, Alfred Dunhill has been design-driven with style and purpose for an uncompromising stance on luxury for men. From fine tailoring to bespoke leather goods, the Maison continues its pursuits for the most discerning clients worldwide. 



Chloé is the most naturally feminine Parisian fashion Maison, located at the intersection of couture savoir faire and youthful attitude. The Maison was founded 65 years ago by Gaby Aghion who rejected the stiff formality of the 1950s, creating soft, body-conscious clothes from fine fabrics, calling them ‘luxury prêt-à-porter’. Today, Chloé continues to epitomise the free spirit and values of femininity, modernity, effortlessness and grace. 



As an iconic Parisian Maison since 1876, Lancel accessories stand for authentic luxury that combines savoir faire, French chic and imagination. 



For over a century, Montblanc’s writing instruments have been the symbol of the art of writing and the favourite companions of the successful individuals who led the way in the world of art, politics and science. Driven by its passion for craftsmanship and creativity, Montblanc elevated itself to become the Maison of the Fine Lifetime Companions, providing elegant, sophisticated and innovative creations also in the fields of Haute Horlogerie, Fine Leather and Jewellery. 



Peter Millar designs classic, luxury sportswear embracing timeless style with a modern twist. Displaying superior craftsmanship, unexpected details, and the highest quality materials from the finest mills in the world, Peter Millar lifestyle apparel offers a distinctive vision of casual elegance. 



James Purdey & Sons, gunmakers to the British Royal family, have been crafting the finest shotguns and rifles for over two centuries since the business was founded by James Purdey in 1814. The precision craftsmanship and exquisite finish of a Purdey gun make Purdey the authentic choice for the passionate shooter.