McDonald joins B&BW
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryBeauty veteran Camille McDonald has been appointed exec VP-merchandising and brand development for Bath & Body Works, reporting to CEO Neil Fiske. McDonald will be responsible for upgrading key product lines, developing new products and increasing innovation as part of the beauty retailer's initiative to reposition the brand, Limited Brands says. McDonald has worked in the beauty industry for 25 years, serving most recently as president and CEO of Parfums Givenchy, Guerlain and American Designer Fragrances at LVMH. She has also worked at Chanel and L'Oréal, where she ascended to the post of senior VP of worldwide marketing, advertising and product development for Ralph Lauren Fragrances...
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