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Vanity Fair: Ingrid Schosseler appointed brand manager

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The lingerie brand Vanity Fair has a new manager for its European launch. Until recently absent on the continent, the label was launched by the European division of Vanity Fair Brands for the fall-winter 2014-15 season. But now, its brand manager has been changed.

Ingrid Schosseler will now take over at the post. Having held the same position for the past two years at Lou, the group’s more upscale brand, she will now take the reins of both brands.

Vanity Fair fall-winter 2014-15.


Her expanded responsibilities follows the departure of Poddevin Corinne, who joined the group in 2010 and led the 2013 European launch of Vanity Fair as brand manager.

VFB Europe has reorganized its range this year by discontinuing several Spanish brands, and by reorganizing them into divisions. It now has an affordable lingerie division, with Variance and Bestform, the more upscale and fashion-oriented Lou, and now a mid-range label with Vanity Fair.

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