Paul Gautier has been appointed as the new CEO of Sloggi, succeeding Ludovic Manzon, who left the brand owned by Swiss holding company Triumph Holding AG in late February, after almost four years at its helm.
Over the last few years, Manzon, who is now the CEO of IKKS, made a significant contribution to the strategic development of the lingerie brand, according to Triumph.
"Under his management, the brand saw solid growth thanks to his dynamic innovations, such as 'Zero Feel' and 'Oxygene' products. Today, it is a global brand known for its relaxed styles and can boast a unique and refreshed image," explained the company in a release.
Paul Gautier most recently served as Sloggi's regional general director for Northern Europe. He first joined the company in 2018 and has solid experience in business and marketing. Prior to coming to Sloggi, he worked at Puma for 20 years, as well as at a range of other international companies.