Louis Vuitton have reportedly hired Camille Miceli to join its team.
The French label recently replaced former creative director Marc Jacobs with Nicolas Ghesqui¨¨re and the brand is thought to want to expand its group with a new edition, WWD reports.
Camille currently designs costume jewellery and is an advisor on particular leather goods louis vuitton handbags outlet at Christian Dior. It is thought she will join Louis Vuitton after the couture shows in January in a similar role.
In 1997 Camille joined the fashion house's public relations departments Cheap louis vuitton handbags outlet at the same time Marc was artistic director. After being inspired by the American designer's mission to take Louis Vuitton into the modern day with ready-to-wear fashion she began creating costume jewellery in 2003.
She has previously spoken about the transition from PR to designing and credits Marc for helping her along the way.
"It was very natural. It happened step by step.Discount louis vuitton handbags outlet I was at Chanel for seven years at the press office and I came to Louis Vuitton to take care of the ready-to-wear communication and I had a very close relationship with Marc Jacobs for all this time and then one day I had my baby - I think probably when you're becoming a mother you see your life in a different way," she previously recalled to fashionista.com.
"I came to see him and I said, 'You know the only part of this that is creative for me is the organisation of the shows and so I'd like to do only that, because all the more corporate things really don't relate to my personality.'"
However it wasn't long before her pieces became a high-profile business. In 2008 she collaborated with musician Pharrell Williams on a high-end jewellery range called Blason for Louis Vuitton. She has also previously created a chunky metal necklace for the designer brand, which resembles loops of paper garlands.