The former Revlon Inc. guard is gone.
The company said Tuesday that Chris Elshaw, Revlon’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, has decided to leave the company. Elshaw had worked at the company in various posts for 12 years. His departure follows the exits of Alan Ennis, former president and chief executive officer, and Julia Goldin, global chief marketing officer and senior vice president, in October and late January, respectively. Javier Asarta, the current cmo of the professional business the company acquired from The Colomer Group in October, is leading the Revlon consumer marketing team in the interim.
In addition to Elshaw’s departure, Revlon said Tuesday that it has recruited Gianni Pieraccioni as executive vice president and global president of the Revlon consumer division and promoted Sennen Pamich to the post of executive vice president and global president of the Revlon professional division.
Pieraccioni joined Revlon from Alitalia, where he was executive vice president and chief commercial officer. Pamich most recently served as senior vice president of Revlon Pro Brands. He also joined Revlon through the Colomer acquisition.
Revlon acquired Colomer in early October for $665 million. Several weeks later, Revlon named Colomer chief Lorenzo Delpani as Revlon’s president and ceo.