NEW YORK — Clarins Fragrance Group has named Danyelle Boilard senior vice president of sales for the group, a position she will assume Wednesday.
Boilard will take on the responsibilities of previous vice president of sales for the group, Kathy Cullin, who left the company in spring. Cullin joined the L'Oréal-owned Matrix hair care brand in April as senior vice president of sales.
Boilard, who will be based in New York, will oversee all sales functions for Clarins Fragrance Group in the U.S. and report to Jonathan Zrihen, chief executive officer and president of Clarins Group USA.
"Danyelle joins the organization at the perfect time to fully prepare and lead the 2008 introductions of our major, new brands for Clarins Fragrance Group — David Yurman and Porsche Design fragrances," stated Zrihen.
Boilard, a 27-year veteran of the beauty and fashion industries, has worked as Clarins' vice president of fragrance and prestige brands in Canada since 2002. She previously worked for companies such as The Bay, Clinique and The Estée Lauder Cos.
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