Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou portrait

Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou Named Fendi CEO

He Succeeds Serge Brunschwig, Who Will Take On New Responsibilities Within The LVMH Group

Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of Fendi, effective June 1, following Serge Brunschwig’s six-year tenure. Brunschwig will transition to new responsibilities within the LVMH Group, with details of his next role to be announced soon.

Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou portrait
Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou

Angeloglou will assume his new role while continuing as managing director of LVMH Fashion Group, a position he has held since March. In this role, he oversees brands including Fendi, Kenzo, Marc Jacobs, Pucci, Stella McCartney, Patou, and Off-White.

Angeloglou, a former L’Oréal and Louis Vuitton executive, joined LVMH in 2019 as a strategic advisor to Louis Vuitton’s then-CEO Michael Burke. Prior to joining LVMH, he spent two decades at L’Oréal Group, culminating as global brand president of L’Oréal Paris.

In his announcement, Angeloglou expressed enthusiasm for his new position, saying, “I am excited to lead Fendi and build on its rich heritage and innovative spirit.”

LVMH has been restructuring the management of its fashion portfolio, a move reported by The Impression. Following his appointment to LVMH Fashion Group, Angeloglou succeeded Sidney Toledano as CEO of the group, overseeing a diverse range of brands from high-revenue businesses like Celine, Fendi, and Loewe to smaller brands like Pucci and Kenzo.

Sources familiar with the matter told The Impression that Burke has delegated key responsibilities to other executives within the group, including Toledano, Angeloglou, and Delphine Arnault, to streamline operations and enhance the management structure.