Marc Hruschka, the president and CEO of Chopard USA since 2006, has left Chopard, the company confirmed.
His last day was June 11. No successor has been named at press time.
A spokesperson did not give any reason for Hruschka’s departure—he was spotted attending the Couture show in Las Vegas just three weeks ago. The veteran luxury executive has been credited with spearheading the opening of Chopard’s first U.S. boutique, on Madison Ave. in New York City.
Prior to joining Chopard, Hruschka had a varied résumé that included stints at Chanel, Tiffany, Montblanc, and e-tailer Ashford.com.
Chopard, founded in 1860, is privately held and has been controlled by members of the Scheufele family since 1963.