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LVMH names Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou new fashion group managing director

LVMH Group has appointed Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou to the role of managing director of the luxury firm’s fashion group, reporting to newly appointed fashion group chief executive officer, Michael Burke.

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Executive vice president, strategic missions, at Louis Vuitton since 2022 and a key builder of its menswear business, Angeloglou officially starts on March 11, according to multiple reports.

In his new role, Angeloglou will take over the direct responsibility for fashion brands Fendi, Kenzo, Marc Jacobs, Pucci, Stella McCartney, Patou and Off-White, while the Fashion Group’s largest and fastest-growing properties, Celine and Loewe, will come under under Burke.

A L’Oréal veteran, Angeloglou was global brand president of L’Oréal Paris, when he joined Louis Vuitton in 2019, as strategic missions director for fashion and leather goods.

He took over luxury brand’s men’s division in 2020, reportedly building the men’s business up to EUR 5 billion, according to market sources.

From here, Angeloglou as executive vice president also added women’s accessories, digital innovation, visual merchandising and communication to his jurisdiction.

Prior to L’Oréal Paris, Angeloglou held the position of general manager of L’Oréal’s consumer products division in North Asia for three years, and for four years oversaw that division in Brazil.

Angeloglou was also general manager of Lascad in Paris and global vice president of L’Oréal Paris skin care. He joined L’Oréal in 1996, starting as a product manager in Italy and then France.

The appointment comes after Burke was promoted to CEO of LVMH’s fashion group in February.

In early January, LVMH also announced the appointment of Frédéric Arnault as head of a new watches division, just two months after Antoine Arnault announced he was stepping down as CEO of Berluti, of which he remains chairman.