The President of Groupe Clarins’ eponymous brand has left the company, according to a report published by WWD. Natalie Bader has held the role since March 2014 and is understood to have quit at the end of June.
Bader’s successor is yet to be named, a company spokesperson told WWD. Bader’s next steps are yet to be revealed, with her Linked In profile listing her Clarins role as the most recent.
Prior to her role at Clarins, Bader was the CEO France for Prada. She has also worked as Director of Marketing, Communication and Brand for LVMH-owned Sephora as well held senior roles at Chanel, Yves Rocher and Revlon.