Jocelyne and Serge Klur, workers in the textile industry for over thirty years, manufactured costumes for the Kenzo brand in northern France until their factory is relocated in Poland. Now unemployed, deep in debt, they simply could lose their home. Bernard Arnaud is CEO of LVMH. The company is the world leader in luxury through its portfolio of over sixty prestigious brands some of which are centuries old. 'Family-oriented Group, LVMH aims to ensure long-term development of each of its Houses in the respect of their identity, their heritage, their know-how. ' A priori not much in common between these three protagonists. Except that The Klur worked for Kenzo, Kenzo belongs to LVMH group and Ruffin has a tendency to take up the cause rather than the brave workers for multinationals patterns.