Luxottica

Luxottica is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of premium fashion, luxury and sports eyewear with high quality. The Company is the world's largest eyewear company, controlling over 80% of the world's major eyewear brands. Luxottica is the owner of Lenscrafters, Pearle Vision, Sears Optical, Target Optical, Eyemed vision care plan and Glasses.com. Its well-known brands are Ray-Ban, Persol and Oakley. The Company also makes sunglasses and prescription frames for a multitude of designer brands such as Chanel, Prada, Giorgio Armani, Burberry, Versace, Dolce and Gabbana, Miu Miu, Donna Karan, Stella McCartney and Tory Burch.


Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Essilor
HQ
Milan, IT
Founded
1961
Luxottica was founded in 1961 and is headquartered in Milan, IT

Key People at Luxottica

Massimo Vian

Massimo Vian

CEO Product & Operations
Nicola Brandolese

Nicola Brandolese

President Retail Optical of Americas
Leonardo Del Vecchio

Leonardo Del Vecchio

Founder and Chairman
Luigi Francavilla

Luigi Francavilla

Deputy Chairman

Luxottica Office Locations

Luxottica has offices in Milan, Atlanta, Thousand Oaks, San Antonio and in 185 other locations
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Luxottica Summary

Founding Date

1961
Luxottica is a subsidiary of Essilor

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Luxottica News and Updates

Luxottica and Essilor Agree to Merge to Create Eyewear Giant

The $49 billion deal would combine Luxottica, the Italian maker of Ray-Ban, Oakley and other eyeglass brands, with Essilor, a French maker of lenses.

Ray-Ban owner Luxottica agrees €46bn merger with French lens maker Essilor

Ray-Ban maker Luxottica has agreed to a €46bn (£41bn) merger with French lens manufacturer Essilor. The Italian eyewear group and its French competitor announced that the combined group will be called EssilorLuxottica and will be listed in Paris - and is expected to generate revenues of more than…

Ray-Ban maker Luxottica agrees €46bn merger with Essilor

Luxottica, the world's biggest glasses maker, agrees a merger with French lens maker Esillor.

BRIEF-Shares in Luxottica down at open after outlook cut, weak H1

* Shares down more than 4 percent in early trade after weak first-half results, guidance revision

Luxottica Company Life and Culture

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