Fashion marketplace Vestiaire Collective has announced three C-suite appointments that it hopes will drive the company’s growth.
Klemen Drole will assume the role of chief technology, product & data officer, Arnaud Collin will come on board as chief revenue officer, and Bernard Osta will become the company’s chief strategy officer.
“These new executive committee members have a combined experience of more than 50 years, and will bring strong marketing, business and product capabilities to further accelerate Vestiaire Collective’s growth,” said the company’s chairman and CEO, Maximilian Bittner on LinkedIn.
“They’ll help Vestiaire Collective develop a customer-centric strategy, while building the innovative and sustainable company’s mission to transform the fashion industry.”
Collin–who has spent nearly 10 years as a strategic business consultant–added, “I am looking forward to leveraging my knowledge about e-commerce and digital marketing to make Vestiaire Collective a truly customer-first company that delivers a great customer experience. I am also proud to join a B Corp certified tech company that is driving circularity in the fashion industry. We want to make fashion as sustainable as it is desirable!”
Drole has held positions at ride-hailing app Beat and south-east Asia-based e-commerce platform Lazada, while Bernard Osta had a nearly decade-long stint at Goldman Sachs.
Vestiaire Collective is the leading second-hand luxury fashion marketplace in France.
The marketplace’s competitors in the luxury fashion space include The RealReal, The Next Closet, Luxify, Rebelle, Tradesey and fellow French marketplace VideDressing.