Hadid has been built upon the legacy of heritage luxury brands excellence in fine jewelry, fine furnishings, haute couture, and fashion. The Hadid brand will expand beyond North America in 2018 with a private line of couture merchandise offered by our Garfinckel and Lichtenstein Department Stores.
Finlay Enterprises has origins dating back to 1787 achieving $100 billion over two centuries. By 2010, Finlay Fine Jewelers was the largest operator of leased jewelry departments in over 1200 stores in the US and France. Finlay owns 20 of the top 50 US jewelry brands.
Heilig-Meyers, privately-held furniture group in North America dating back to 1858, achieved $100 billion in revenue in the last century. By 2000, the group was represented in over 3,000 stores, $5 billion in annual revenue. Heilig-Meyers and Rhodes Inc. have been major NASCAR sponsors and helped to raise millions of dollars for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
French fashion house Orcofi, originally founded by Louis Vuitton family patriarch/former Chairman/CEO LVMH Louis Vuitton-Moet Hennessey Henry Racamier, specializes in luxury goods (haute couture, ready-to-wear, handbags, perfumery, cosmetics). The original holding company joined French banking group Paribas and French cosmetics giant L’Oréal in buying Paris’ oldest couture house Lanvin.
In 2017, Grand Metropolitan merged it’s luxury group including Finlay Enterprises, Heilig-Meyers Furniture, and Orcofi Holdings with Hadid Holding Group. These organizations combine to form one of the leading luxury goods conglomerates in North America with a portfolio of 126 brands.