Kering appointed Matthieu Blazy, the creative director of Bottega Veneta, to be the creative director of Kering appoints

Kering appointed Matthieu Blazy, the creative director of Bottega Veneta, to be the creative directo ...

Kynia, Nov 15 - The French luxury company has appointed Matthieu Blazy, to creative director of Bottega Veneta, to have appointed the first of the French couple - as part of the squint, a tumbling of their own influence, to take over the position - after Daniel Lee's resignation last week.

Since last year, as a Ready-to-wear designer for the upscale Italian label, Blazy worked he progressed through the fashion ranks, earning experience at numerous brands including Raf Simons, Maison Margiela and Calvin Klein, and was the senior designer of Celine in 2014.

"I am confident that Matthieu Blazy, his wealth of experience and his wide cultural background will help him develop creative impetus to the task of managing the Bottega Veneta legacy," said franklin Pinault, Chairman of Kering President and CEO.

After the resignation of Lee, the announcement made by the company last week, the business was surprised. read more about his departures.

The 35-year-old Central Saint Martins graduate, who was recruited over three years ago to revive interest in the brand with younger audiences, is credited with boosting its profile and sales growth by bringing up popular accessories such as pillowy leather clutch handbags and slip-on heels.

Kering has long been a fan of the Gucci brand. Since joining that brand, an unknown accessory designer, Alessandro Michele, has become a renowned chef.

The group, together with a lot of French luxury peers, has suffered a strong sales recovery from the coronavirus crisis this year. read more about the full story.

He was born in 1984 and graduated from Design School La Cambre, Brussels. His first collection will be released in February 2022.


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