The US lingerie group Victoria’s Secret & Co. loses an important manager. The company announced on Tuesday that Amy Hauk will step down from her position as CEO of the two group brands Victoria’s Secret and Pink at the end of March and will leave the company. Hauk has been in charge of the Pink label since 2018, last July she also took over the management of the core brand Victoria’s Secret as part of a structural reform.
The manager informed the company of her decision on December 27, according to a statement. According to a report in the trade magazine Women’s Wear Daily (WWD), she justified the move with the desire to “spend more time with her family in Florida” in the future.
For the time being, the lingerie provider wants to compensate internally for the upcoming departure. According to the company, Martin Waters, the group’s CEO, will also take charge of the Victoria’s Secret and Pink brands after Hauk’s departure.