Christine Dagousset is headed for the top of Chanel’s beauty pyramid.
Dagousset, currently executive vice president of fragrance and beauté at Chanel Inc. in the U.S., has been named as the successor to Andrea d’Avack, who has served as global fragrance and beauté president since 1998. D’Avack will relocate from Paris to New York in 2015 to “take on a key new role in defining and developing the Chanel strategy for social responsibility and sustainable development,” said Maureen Chiquet, Chanel’s chief executive officer, to whom d’Avack will continue to report. Dagousset currently reports to John Galantic, president and chief operating officer of Chanel Inc.
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