NEW ADDITION: Former Coty chief executive officer Michele Scannavini is now a non-executive, independent member of the board of directors of Tod’s SpA, the Italian fashion and accessories company that owns the Tod’s, Hogan, Fay and Roger Vivier brands.
His new role emerged at the Tod’s shareholders meeting April 22, where Tod’s president and ceo Diego Della Valle discussed his brands’ business results and projected growth over the next several years.
Scannavini, who spent 12 years at Coty, headed up the Prestige division there for many years. Previously, he had worked for Procter & Gamble, Ferrari and Maserati, and had served as ceo of Italy’s Fila Holding SpA.
Della Valle, his brother Andrea Della Valle, son Emanuele Della Valle and former Ferrari chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo are also among the 15 members of Tod’s board of directors.