PARIS — Fabrice Boe-Dreyfus, the number-two executive at Hermès International, has left the company, according to market sources.
A Hermès spokeswoman declined all comment. Boe-Dreyfus, who joined Hermès in April 2002 as managing director from L’Oréal, could not be reached for comment.
The circumstances surrounding his departure could not be learned, however sources suggested Boe-Dreyfus had disagreements with other executives and members of the Hermès family. Before joining the luxury goods firm, Boe-Dreyfus was managing director of Lancôme, which is part of L’Oréal.
This story first appeared in the July 9, 2003 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.