Vestiaire Collective hires former Pepsi boss as marketing vice president

Vestiaire Collective Vanessa Masliah
Vestiaire Collective said the appointment further demonstrates a "strong commitment to growth, emphasising the brand’s overarching drivers around fashion, tech and sustainability"
// Vestiaire Collective hires Vanessa Masliah as global marketing and branding vice president
// Masliah joined in April and reports to chief business officer Clara Chappaz
// Masliah brings 20 years of experience leading international marketing and communication

Vestiaire Collective has appointed Vanessa Masliah as vice president of global marketing and branding.

Masliah joined in April and reports to Vestiaire Collective’s chief business officer Clara Chappaz.

Masliah takes responsibility for defining Vestiaire Collective’s global marketing and branding
vision to engage fashion activists, using innovative marketing channels and strategies with
the goal of delivering its mission to transform the fashion industry for a more sustainable future.


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Masliah brings 20 years of experience leading international marketing and communication for a number of businesses including Pepsico, Sara Lee, Coty, and Estée Lauder.

Most recently, she served as global communication director at Editions de Parfums
Frederic Malle, part of the Estée Lauder Company.

Vestiaire Collective said Masliah’s appointment further demonstrates a “strong commitment to growth, emphasising the brand’s overarching drivers around fashion, tech and sustainability”.

Masliah begun her career with the Pepsi Group as marketing assistant manager of Doritos, before moving on to marketing product manager of 7UP.

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