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Kering appoints Fabrizio Malverdi as Brioni CEO

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Menswear couture house Brioni has appointed Fabrizio Malverdi as the CEO of Brioni, effective 18 April, 2017. He will replace Gianluca Flore, who left the Group in February 2017.

Fabrizio Malverdi has held management positions in luxury companies including Dior Homme, Givenchy and John Galliano. He will be assigned to accelerate the international expansion of one of the most prestigious houses in the high-end menswear market, which follows in the long tradition of Italian tailors.

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Established in Rome in the year 1945, Brioni is known as one of the world’s most prestigious menswear couture houses. It develops and manufactures sartorial ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes, eyewear and fragrance, in addition to the Su Misura – made-to measure – service. The company’s products are distributed world over through directly-owned boutiques and a network of selected department stores.

The company is a part of Kering, a worldwide leading Luxury and Sport & Lifestyle Group.

 

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