×
42
Fashion Jobs
AESOP
Retail Consultant | Part-Time (60%) | Aesop nk Stockholm, Sweden
Permanent · Stockholm
AESOP
Retail Consultant | Full Time | Aesop nk Stockholm, Sweden
Permanent · Stockholm
PUMA
Junior Manager go-to-Market Operations Nordic
Permanent · Solna
PUMA
Senior Marketing Manager Cobra Puma Golf Europe
Permanent · Solna
PUMA
Strategic Key Account Manager Pure Players
Permanent · Solna
LEVI'S
Key Account Manager
Permanent · Stockholm
SCOTCH & SODA
Sales Advisor - Malmö Hansa
Permanent · Malmö
SCOTCH & SODA
Sales Advisor - Hede Kungsbacka
Permanent · Kungsbacka
SANDRO SUÈDE
Sales Assistant - 5 Hours - Bibliotekstan m/f
Permanent · STOCKHOLM
SANDRO SUÈDE
Sales Assistant - 23 Hours - Stockholm Biblioteksgatan m/f
Permanent · STOCKHOLM
RITUALS
Butikssäljare - Frölunda Torg
Permanent · Gothenburg
RITUALS
Butikssäljare - Varberg - Galleria
Permanent · Varberg
CLAUDIE PIERLOT SUÈDE
Supervisor - 38, 25h - Permanent - Stockholm m/f
Permanent · STOCKHOLM
LEVI'S
Sales Stylist- Varannan Helg Samt Lov Och Vid Behov
Permanent · Kungsbacka
RITUALS
Butikssäljare - Växjö - Tegnér
Permanent · Växjö
SANDRO SUÈDE
Sales Assistant - 5 Hours - nk Femme m/f
Permanent · STOCKHOLM
SANDRO SUÈDE
Sales Assistant - 15 Hours - nk Womenswear m/f
Fixed-term · STOCKHOLM
ESTEE LAUDER
Multi Brand / Mac Cosmetics - on Call - Emporia Kicks, Malmo
Permanent · Malmö
BA&SH
Sales Assistant - Stockholm
Permanent · STOCKHOLM
BA&SH
Supervisor - Full Time - Stockholm
Permanent · STOCKHOLM
RITUALS
Butikssäljare 15h - Växjö- Grand Samarkand
Permanent · Växjö
SCOTCH & SODA
Sales Advisor
Permanent · Kungsbacka
Published
Jun 17, 2020
Reading time
2 minutes
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Philippe Fortunato takes over as head of Richemont's fashion division

Published
Jun 17, 2020

After 20 years at LVMH, Philippe Fortunato has moved to rival Richemont. As confirmed by the company to FashionNetwork.com, from 1 September, the executive will lead the Swiss luxury group's fashion and accessories division as CEO. He succeeds Eric Vallat, who left in October 2019 in order to take over as CEO of Rémy Cointreau


Philippe Fortunato - Dana Maitec Givenchy


Having graduated with a degree in business and finance, Fortunato began his career at the end of the 1980s. Following time spent at Chantelle and the Chalhoub group, he joined LVMH as managing director of the Asia-Pacific region for the Dior brand. This was the beginning of an intense career at the French luxury giant, which led to Fortunato serving as managing director of Fendi for eight years, and then as president and CEO of China, then Northern Asia, at Louis Vuitton. Finally he took over as CEO of Givenchy in 2014. 
 
He comes to Richemont at a particularly interesting time. In October, the Swiss conglomerate announced a partnership with designer Alber Elbaz through the creation of a joint venture called AZfashion, described as a "dynamic and innovative start-up, meant to turn dreams into reality."

It is a project that attests to Richemont's desire to invest in its fashion division, which includes brands such as Chloé and Alaïa. This business unit is the group's smallest, accounting for less than 15% of its total sales, with jewellery bringing in more than half of revenues, principally due to the Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels brands, and watch sales. The world's second largest luxury group also owns the Dunhill, Montblanc, Serapian, Purdey and Peter Millar brands.

Copyright © 2022 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.