Chanel has appointed two senior executives to new roles in its U.S. fragrance and beauty division.
Evelyn Couzijn has been named senior vice president of sales, Fragrance and Beauté, while Eric Hogan has been named vice president, marketing point of sale for Chanel Fragrance and Beauté.
Both executives will report to Julien Gommichon, U.S. executive vice president of Chanel Fragrance and Beauté.
“Evelyn will play an instrumental role in taking Chanel to the next level of success and growth, as well as elevating the brand experience across our distribution channels,” said Gommichon, adding that Couzijn has more than 20 years of experience in cosmetics and luxury goods. She most recently held the position of vice president of sales for the Northeast region for the Fragrance and Beauté division. Couzjin replaces Aude Appolinaire in her new role. Gommichon and Appolinaire were named to their most recent roles in 2013 when Christine Dagousset was named as global president, Fragrance and Beauté at Chanel.
Hogan also has 20-plus years in the industry, leading both retail and wholesale sales teams. According to Gommichon, “Eric’s depth of retail experience and strong understanding of the brand and retail partners’ needs will be great assets in continuing to deliver a unique client experience, while supporting our strategy of growth.” Hogan most recently held the position of vice president of sales for the Southeast and South Central regions for the Chanel Fragrance and Beauté division.