LVMH has recorded revenue of 56.5 billion euros in the first nine months of 2022, up 28% compared to the same period of 2021.
The perfumes and cosmetics category reported 5,577 million euros in revenue in the first nine months, compared to 4,668 million euros in the previous year.
In Q3, the perfumes and cosmetics category reported 1,959 million euros in revenue, compared to 1,642 million euros in the previous year.
Nine-Month Break Down
Parfums Christian Dior enjoyed a remarkable performance, strengthening its lead in all its key markets. Perfumes grew sharply due to the continued success of Sauvage, Miss Dior and J’adore, further strengthened by its latest creation Parfum d’Eau.
Dior Addict in makeup and prestige in skin care also contributed to the Maison’s rapid growth. Guerlain continued to grow, due in large part to the vitality of its Abeille Royale skin care line, its Aqua Allegoria collection and its perfume line l’Art et la Matière.
Parfums Givenchy benefitted from the continued success of its fragrances. The Stella skin care line by Stella McCartney was launched using an environmental approach, originating from the LVMH Beauty R&D center.