PARIS — Christian Dior Couture said Tuesday it has named Arnaud Bazin managing director of its leather goods, shoes and accessories division. This confirms a report in WWD on Sept. 5.
Bazin, a longtime executive at Chanel, will report to Christian Dior president and chief executive officer Sidney Toledano. He is to assume some of the responsibilities previously handled by Delphine Arnault, who recently left Dior, where she was deputy managing director since 2008, to become second-in-command at Louis Vuitton.
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