LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has reported a revenue bump of nine percent in the second quarter, up from the first. Leading to a bottom-line of a profit boost of 15 percent this quarter, thanks to the irrepressible popularity of the group's leading brand – Louis Vuitton's signature accessory. 

"The excellent results of the first half are witness to the efficiency of our strategy, which relies upon the strength of our brands and a very entrepreneurial style of management," Bernard Arnault, chairman and chief executive officer of LVMH, said in a statement. "Building on the first-half performances, we face the second half of the year with confidence and count on the quality of our products and the talent of our teams to further strengthen our leadership in the world of high quality products," he added.

Arnault also said that he believes the strong demand for the classic Louis Vuitton monogrammed leather bags and Bulgari jewellery were the leading forces in the groups gains this quarter. Fluctuating currencies also helped the cause. Revenues totalled $9.27 billion, in the second quarter.