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Kering names new chief executive of Alexander McQueen

Luxury group Kering has appointed Emmanuel Gintzburger as chief executive of Alexander McQueen.

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Kering names new chief executive of Alexander McQueen

Luxury group Kering has appointed Emmanuel Gintzburger as chief executive of Alexander McQueen.

Reporting to Grita Loebsack, Kering’s chief executive of luxury - couture & leather goods emerging brands, Gintzburger will pursue Alexander McQueen’s global expansion and accelerate organic growth.

A French national, Gintzburger was worldwide retail and wholesale director at Yves Saint Laurent from 2011 until 2016 after initially joining the Parisian house in 2009 as Europe retail director.

He started his career in France at Danone in 1997 before moving to Hong Kong from 1998 to 2002 to work for Louis Vuitton Pacific, first as marketing analyst then as retail marketing manager. From 2002, he worked for Sephora France prior to joining Jeanne Lanvin as international retail director in 2007.

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