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Jane Lauder to head Clinique

In the continuation of the organizational evolution initiated on November 2012 by the Estée Lauder group, Jane Lauder has been named Global Brand President, Clinique.

Succeeding Ms. Lauder will be Stephane de la Faverie who has been named Senior Vice President/Global General Manager, Origins, Ojon and Darphin.

Jane Lauder

Jane Lauder

Both Ms. Lauder and Mr. de la Faverie will report to Lynne Greene, Group President of Clinique, Origins, Ojon, Aveda and Darphin. Their new roles will become effective on April 1, 2014.

Earlier in her career, Ms. Lauder was Senior Vice President, Global Marketing for Clinique where she was responsible for the brand’s overall strategic marketing and helped take the brand into new markets. Ms. Lauder later became Global Brand President, Origins, Ojon and Darphin.

Stephane de la Faverie

Stephane de la Faverie

Mr. de la Faverie joined The Estée Lauder Companies in 2011 as Senior Vice President, Global General Manager, Aramis and Designer Fragrances; shortly thereafter Lab Series and GoodSkin Labs were added to his responsibilities.

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