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New CEO of Alexander McQueen

Emmanuel Gintzburger will succeed Jonathan Akeroyd.

The Luxonomist. 12/05/2016

Kering announces the appointment of Emmanuel Gintzburger as Chief Executive Officer of Alexander McQueen, effective 9 May 2016. Emmanuel Gintzburger will report to Grita Loebsack, Kering’s Chief Executive Officer of Luxury – Couture & Leather Goods Emerging Brands.

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Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2016. Click for more information

Previously Worldwide Retail and Wholesale Director for Yves Saint Laurent, Emmanuel Gintzburger will capitalize on his experience of business development in key geographies as well as his strong expertise in Retail and Marketing, having held various management positions for over 17 years within the Luxury and Cosmetics industries.

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Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2016. Click for more information

As CEO of Alexander McQueen, his mission will be to pursue the brand’s global expansion and accelerate its organic growth. Emmanuel Gintzburger will succeed Jonathan Akeroyd, who is leaving the company to pursue other interests outside of the Group. Kering is grateful to Jonathan Akeroyd for his contribution during the 12 years he served as CEO of Alexander McQueen.

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Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2016. Click for more information

In close collaboration with the creative and leadership team, he successfully oversaw the growth and the international expansion of the brand, making it one of the most recognized British luxury fashion brand in the world.

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