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Saint Laurent has a new CEO at its helm: Today, the brand announced the arrival of exec Francesca Bellettini. She will succeed Paul Deneve, who leaves the exec post after two years to pursue a career in the tech industry. Bellettini was poached from her position at Bottega Veneta, which, like Yves Saint Laurent, is in Kering’s portfolio of luxe brands.
DÃ©jÃ vu at Lanvin: The label’s managing director, Thierry Andretta, has left the company citing personal reasons, as did his predecessor, Paul Deneve. Andretta had been with Lanvin since 2009, where he originally took up post as the executive vice president overseeing global retail operations. He was responsible for launching a children’s line and growing the industry-wide important category of luxury leather goods. Previously, Andretta was CEO at Moschino in Milan.