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Natalie Aguirre Appointed Western Region Territory Manager for Sylvie January 10, 2022 (0 comments)


Dallas, TX--Sylvie is pleased to announce the addition of Natalie Aguirre as its new Western Region Territory Manager. Natalie has over 30 years of luxury goods experience, as well as a rich perspective given her background working with artisanal brands and luxury goods on both the wholesale and retail side. 

She previously spent 6 years at Coach and 12 years at Louis Vuitton in various sales and management roles across the Western United States. After her time at Louis Vuitton, she served as Area Sales Director for Links of London, a fine jewelry brand with a global presence in Europe, North America, Asia and online. Most recently, Natalie spent 5 years developing the local business and clientele as Store Manager for J. McLaughlin in San Diego, a national, independent retailer of sophisticated and high-quality women’s apparel. 

“We are so excited to have Natalie on our team,” shares Sylvie Levine, Founder and CEO of Sylvie, “She brings such a rare, valuable perspective to our team and retail partners given her meaningful wholesale and retail experience. We believe this addition will help us continue to grow in the Western US, and ultimately, will equip our Western region retailers with an incredibly savvy growth partner.” 

Natalie says, “I am very excited to be part of Sylvie as I admire the uniquely youthful and feminine designs, the interesting origin story and that it is a woman-led company. This is an incredible opportunity to help grow the footprint of Sylvie in the Western United States.” Natalie’s background has helped the previous brands she has worked with see major growth in sales, brand awareness and a deeply loyal client base. 

Sylvie has been ranked a Top Jewelry Brand by Instore Magazine’s Big Survey for three consecutive years, most notably in the Top 5 for the last two consecutive years, 2020 and 2021.

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