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Labelux Taps Andrew Marshall for New Role

Executive to oversee group's developing brands.

LONDON — Labelux, the parent of brands including Bally, Jimmy Choo and Solange Azagury-Partridge, has named Andrew Marshall to the newly created post of chief executive officer, developing brands.

Marshall was most recently ceo of Links of London, and resigned his post in September. He is a management veteran, having held posts at the former Gucci Group, as well as at Dunhill and Montblanc. He starts today.

Labelux said Marshall’s role would be to oversee the strategic, financial and operational growth of the group’s developing brands: Solange Azagury-Partridge, Derek Lam and Zagliani.

“There are great opportunities for our developing brands, and we are delighted to have been able to attract an executive of Andrew’s caliber to reinforce the position of Labelux as a growing force within the international luxury industry,” said company ceo Reinhard Mieck.

Labelux is a division of Joh A. Benckiser SE, a private investment vehicle that also owns Coty Inc.