Rachel Marouani appointed CEO of Make Up For Ever
today Dec 1, 2017
LVMH has announced that Rachel Marouani, who has been with the group since 2005, will take over from Nicolas Cordier as CEO at makeup brand Make Up For Ever.
Marouani has been at the helm of jewellery brand Fred since January 2012. Her appointment at MUFE will mark her return to the beauty sector, having served at Sephora from 2005 to 2015, notably as general manager of marketing and e-commerce.
In her new role, she will report to Laurent Boillot, CEO of Guerlain.
Founded in 1984 under the creative direction of makeup artist Dany Sanz, Make Up For Ever was acquired by the LVMH group in 1999. Today, the brand has around 2000 points of sale worldwide.
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