PARIS — Cacharel said Monday it has parted ways with chief executive officer Pascal d’Halluin after less than a year.
D’Halluin, who took up his post March 19, is leaving by mutual agreement with Cacharel founder and president Jean Bousquet following his trial period, said a spokeswoman for the French label, conforming a report in French daily Le Figaro.
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