Tiffany & Co has chosen Nathalie Verdeille as vice president, artistic director of jewelry and high jewelry. Vardeille formerly led high jewelery design at Chaumet, which is part of LVMH’s watch and jewelery division, and has worked for Cartier since 2005, directing jewelery design. Last January LVMH appointed the new top management of the American jewelry house. In addition to the position of Alexandre Arnault, executive president and head of product and communication, the luxury group has chosen Anthony Ledru as the new CEO in place of Alessandro Bogliolo, while Michael Burke, chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton, has also become chairman of the board of Tiffany. In addition, last March, Arnault recruited Ruba Abu-Nimah from Revlon as the brand’s executive creative director of marketing and communications. Peter Marino, the luxury star, will be responsible for the renovation of the historic Tiffany flagship on Fifth Avenue.