LONDON — Jonathan Heilbron is leaving his post as president and chief executive officer of Thomas Pink on April 1, the company confirmed Friday.
Heilbron was named the brand’s finance director in 1997 and became president and ceo in 2004. He is also on the board of Walpole, the alliance of British luxury brands.
He will be succeeded by Christopher Zanardi, who has worked at LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton — the brand’s parent company — as executive vice president of commercial activities. Zanardi joined LVMH in 2001 as international retail director for Fendi Italia then moved on to work at Louis Vuitton China as general manager and ceo. He then became president of Louis Vuitton North Asia. Zanardi was named evp of commercial activities for Louis Vuitton in 2012. He previously worked at Alfred Dunhill.