From blue jeans to the Blue Book: Alessandro Bogliolo da Diesel at the top of Tiffany ♦ ︎
From blue jeans to Blue Book. At the top of Tiffany there is now an Italian, Alessandro Bogliolo, current CEO of Diesel. It will be operational from October, announced the Maison of New York, which has undergone a difficult period (see also Tiffany under the Wall Street Journal’s lenses). Bogliolo is 52, but before working for the fashion house founded by Renzo Rosso, he has worked for 16 years at Bulgari, where he has served as chief operating officer and executive vice president for the watch, jewelery and accessories area . This took place between 1996 and 2012, then Bulgari took the road of France, with the acquisition by Lvmh. His curriculum also records a passage from Sephora. This is how the transitional period ends, after Frederic Cumenal’s departure from Tiffany in February. In his place is come back former number one, Michael J. Kowalski, chairman and interim chief, summoned to the chair of the summit.
“Today’s announcement ends with the process of identifying a leading figure to be at the top of the company to follow its sustainable growth,” says Kowalski. “Alessandro has an esteemed reputation for creativity and performance, having previously worked for international brands. His vision and team-oriented approach embrace Tiffany’s values. ”
New Ceo prammatic comment, called to a not mere task: “I am honored and enthusiastic about the opportunity to drive this company so important. Tiffany, with its legendary history, has always represented luxury, style and exceptional standards of quality and excellence. I will strive to strengthen the company’s position as one of the most important brands of luxury and to spread its value to all its consumers,” said Bogliolo. Best wishes. Federico Graglia