She replaces Andrea Morante, who will leave by the end of the year
Pomellato group, the arm of Kering that includes the luxury Italian jewelry brands Pomellato and Dodo, has appointed Sabina Belli CEO.
She replaces Andrea Morante, who will leave the company at the end of the year.
Belli has worked as an executive with a number of luxury brands in her 30-year career, including LVMH and Bulgari. She was named general manager of the Pomellato brand in April.
“I am honored to have been given the opportunity to join the Pomellato group’s team,” said Belli. “The two brands, Pomellato and Dodo, have a true distinctive creative identity and vision, which makes them very unique in the jewelry market today. I look forward to writing the next chapter in the history of such inspiring brands.”
“I am pleased to have Sabina Belli taking the role of CEO of the Pomellato group,” said Albert Bensoussan, CEO of Kering’s luxury watches and jewelry division. “I would also like to thank Andrea Morante for the role he has played in the growth of the Pomellato group and for his dedication to a harmonious transition over the past months, paving the way for the brand’s successful future.”