PARIS — Drawing on its deep management reserves, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has tapped Fabrizio Malverdi, managing director at John Galliano, to helm Givenchy, WWD has learned.
Malverdi — an Italian national who drove Galliano to profitability and steered expansion into fragrance, children’s wear, eyewear, watches and jewelry — is expected to start as Givenchy’s managing director on Oct. 6. An announcement is expected as early as today.
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