Gianluca Flore is exiting the Italian men's wear company Brioni

The move follows the departure of Brioni's creative director Justin O'Shea in October and comes at a time of transition for the company, which is attempting to establish itself as a leader in luxury menswear.

Gianluca Flore is exiting the Italian men's wear company Brioni
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Flore, joined Brioni in November 2014, succeeding Francesco Pesci. Flore handpicked Brioni’s former creative director Justin O'Shea, an appointment that proved to be a major misstep. O'Shea, who had no design experience, abruptly departed the company last October last year, after only six months.

Flore was tasked with overhauling Brioni's product offering, driving international growth and building its reputation in the luxury menswear market. Prior to Brioni, Flore held the role of chief executive officer of Asia-Pacific at Bottega Veneta, another Kering owned brand. He has been with Kering since 2008.


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