Sidney Toledano, Chairman and CEO of the LVMH Fashion Group and a member of the LVMH Executive Committee, announced the appointment of Camille Miceli as Artistic Director of the Italian fashion house Maison Pucci, effective immediately.
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“I am delighted to welcome Camille Miceli as the Artistic Director of the Maison Pucci. She will begin a new chapter in the history of this Maison, which has a rich and unique heritage. I am certain that her energy and talent as well as the wealth of experience she has gained from the greatest Maisons in the Group will be key to the success of the brand’s new global project,” says Sidney Toledano.
“I would like to thank Sidney Toledano for his trust and I am delighted to lead the Artistic Direction of the Maison Pucci, a Florentine brand that has been celebrating the joy and art of Italian living for over 70 years. It’s an honor for me to be able to contribute to the great history of this Italian Maison,” says Camille Miceli.
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After an internship with Alaïa at the end of her studies, Camille began her career in 1989 working in public relations at Chanel. In 1997, Camille joined Louis Vuitton as RTW Communication Director, and in 2002, she became Fashion Jewelry Creative Director & Fine Jewelry Consultant. In 2009, she was appointed as Creative Director for Fashion Jewelry and Creative Consultant for Leather Goods at Christian Dior Couture. Since 2014, Camille has held the position of Accessories Creative Director at Louis Vuitton.