Former Links of London chief executive Andrew Marshall has taken on a role with luxury group Labelux.
Marshall is working with the group as the chief executive of its developing brands division, where he will oversee the strategic, financial and operational growth of the group’s developing brands, which include jewellery designer Solange Azagury Partridge, fashion designer Derek Lam and bag manufacturer Zagliani.
The role has been newly created for Marshall, who has built up a career in the luxury business working for a wide range of companies including Links of London, Dunhill, Montblanc and Gucci Group.
Labelux group chief executive Reinhard Mieck said: “There are great opportunities for our developing brands and we are delighted to have been able to attract an executive of Andrew’s calibre to reinforce the position of Labelux as a growing force within the international luxury industry.”
Marshall has built up a credible reputation in the jewellery industry and this year was named as a CMJ Business Big Shot in the Professional Jeweller Hot 100 for his work in the previous 12 months at Links of London.
Marshall left Links of London in September and was replaced by David Riddiford who joined Links of London parent company Folli Follie after building up 25 years’ of experience in the jewellery and retail industries at the likes of Lane Crawford, Selfridges, Asprey and Garrard.