The figures: Ralph Lauren

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Turnover (m) Pre-tax profit (m)
Burberry £1280 £166
Christian Dior (owns 42% of LVMH’s shares) €17,745 (£15,027) €1902 (£1595)
Estée Lauder (brands include Clinique, Bobbi Brown and Aveda) $7796 (£4937) $688 (£436)
Giorgio Armani €2228 (£1878) €145 (£122)
Hermès €1914 (£1,614) €450 (£379)
L’Oréal luxury division (brands include Lancôme, Shu Uemura and Cacharel) €4080 (£3440) €617 (£517)*
LVMH (brands include Louis Vuitton, Moët Hennessy, Marc Jacobs, Thomas Pink) €17,053 (£14,377) €1973 (£1655)
Richemont (brands include Cartier, Montblanc and Net-A-Porter) €5179 (£4366) €697 (£588)
Phillips-Van Heusen (brands include Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein) $2,399 (£1,520) €212 (£178)
Polo Ralph Lauren $4979 (£3154) $689 (£436)
Prada €1561 (£1316) Not reported
PPR (brands include Gucci, YSL and Alexander McQueen) €16,525 (£13,932) €455 (£384)
Valentino €2075 (£1749) Not reported

* Operating profit. Pre-tax profit not available.
Sources: Annual reports and Mintel luxury goods retailing report detailing the most recent reported annual results

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