Luxury label Louis Vuitton has tapped Delphine Arnault, as deputy general manager.
Arnault, who has held the same position at Dior since 2008, will start her new role in September.
Arnault will report to chief executive Michael Burke, who joined the brand last December following stints at Bulgari and Fendi.
It is understood Arnault, the daughter of LVMH group chairman and chief executive Bernard Arnault, will take over duties previously handled by executive vice president Pietro Beccari.
Beccari left the company in Feburary last year to become chairman and chief executive of Fendi.
Delphine Arnault has been on the board of directors of LVMH since 2003. She was in charge at business development at John Galliano for a year before moving over to Dior as commercial director in 2001. She has served as a director for many other group brands, including Emilio Pucci, Loewe and Céline.