THE WHAT? LVMH has made new appointments at Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior, with Pietro Beccari, who has headed Christian Dior Couture since 2018, turns into Chairman and Chief Government Officer of Louis Vuitton.
THE DETAILS Beccari succeeds Michael Burke, who will take up new duties, reporting on to Bernard Arnault, Chairman and Chief Government Officer of LVMH.
Delphine Arnault, Government Vice President of Louis Vuitton since 2013 succeeds Beccari and turns into Chairman and Chief Government Officer of Christian Dior Couture, in the meantime Charles Delapalme, Government Vice President of Christian Dior Couture in control of business actions since 2018, is known as Managing Director of Christian Dior Couture.
And eventually, Stéphane Bianchi, Chairman and Chief Government Officer of the Watches & Jewellery Division, will now additionally oversee Tiffany and Repossi, which be part of the Watches & Jewellery Division of the LVMH Group.
THE WHY? Discussing the appointments, Arnault stated: “Pietro Beccari has achieved an distinctive job at Christian Dior over the previous 5 years. His management has accelerated the attraction and success of this iconic Maison.
“The appointment of Delphine Arnault is one other milestone in a profession journey in trend and leather-based items outlined by excellence, first throughout 12 years at Christian Dior after which at Louis Vuitton for the previous decade the place she was quantity two with duty for all the Maison’s product actions.
“I’m delighted with the promotion of Charles Delapalme at Christian Dior. He has pursued an admirable profession inside the LVMH Group for the previous 17 years.
“The inclusion of Tiffany within the Watches & Jewellery Division is a pure step following the corporate’s profitable integration inside the LVMH Group. Stéphane Bianchi’s management expertise, his understanding of merchandise and markets, and his organizational acumen have enabled the Maisons within the division to realize outstanding outcomes beneath his administration.”