Luxury brand L’Objet appoints Diptyque veteran as CEO

By Austyn King | Published: 19-Apr-2024

Stanislas Le Bert will lead the interiors business as expands its beauty offering after entering fragrance last year

Luxury interiors brand L’Objet has named beauty veteran Stanislas Le Bert as its new CEO, effective immediately.

The hire follows L’Objet's expansion into cosmetics last year with the launch of its fragrance line. 

Le Bert has more than 15 years of experience in the prestige beauty sector, including leadership roles at Diptyque and Byredo. 

He most recently served as CEO of skin care brand L:a Bruket for the last five years.

The Paris-based executive has been tasked with growing L'Objet's beauty and homeware divisions. 

“With his remarkable track record and strategic prowess, I am confident that his leadership will propel L'Objet’s success,” said Elad Yifrach, the brand’s founder and Creative Director.

Le Bert’s appointment comes at a time of expansion for the brand, which was founded by Yifrach in 2004.

Its latest perfume, Kérylos, created by master perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena, is inspired by the Mediterranean with notes of yuzu, mandarin and grapefruit.

L’Objet is also opening a concession at luxury department store Harrods’ beauty floor at its London, UK, location in May, as part of its effort to grow its beauty business.

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