This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Michelle Taylor named senior VP and general manager, responsible for worldwide strategic direction of the new L'Oreal division. Taylor reports to Kiehl's President Jami Morse Heidegger. The appointment is the first since L'Oreal purchased the niche marketer in April; Kiehl's operates as a separate entity under the parent (1"The Rose Sheet" April 24, p. 3). Taylor comes to Kiehl's from sister company Lancome where she was senior VP-marketing. Prior to that, she worked at Chanel for 12 years, most recently as Frederic Fekkai senior VP and general manager. Several additional Kiehl's appointments are expected to follow
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