Signet Names New Jared President as Executive Shuffle Continues
Luxury retail veteran Claudia Cividino has stepped into the role.
The jewelry giant named luxury retail veteran Claudia Cividino as the new president of Jared, effective immediately.
The banner’s former president, Bill Brace, has been promoted to president of Kay Jewelers, one of a nearly a dozen personnel changes the retailer recently announced.
Cividino has two decades of experience in luxury retail, previously serving as the CEO of North America at LVMH-owned fashion brand Loro Piano.
Prior to that, she was the North America CEO of Bally of Switzerland and held senior executive positions at Prada and Saint Laurent.
She will report directly to Signet CEO Gina Drosos.
“I am delighted to announce Claudia’s appointment as president of Jared and look forward to her joining us in executing our ‘Inspiring Brilliance’ growth strategy, designed to further our competitive advantages, from our culture to our consumer inspired experiences,” said Drosos.
“With Claudia’s diverse luxury brand experience, deep knowledge of the industry, and understanding of our customers, we’re excited to have her lead the team in accelerating Jared to the next level and strengthening its unique luxury proposition,” she added.
Cividino holds an International Master of Business Administration degree from IE, Instituto de Empresa, in Madrid, Spain.
“I am thrilled to be joining and leading the talented Jared team as we embark on Jared’s next chapter and inspire love for our discerning loyal and new customers who are looking for that special piece of jewelry for themselves as well as gifting to those around them,” said Cividino.
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