Hermine Mariaux is considered an expert in the field of branding and licensing. She specializes in the home industries where she got her start.
Her education, interests and professional activities in the worlds of architecture, interior design and the lifestyle arts led her into publishing where she honed her skills as a writer and editor for Fairchild Publications, Interior Design Magazine, The New York Times and other prominent consumer publications, House and Garden and Town & Country.
Her career includes top management positions for major corporations in the apparel and textile industries and sole ownership and management of a licensing agency. A graduate of New York University's School of Retailing, and Journalism studies at Columbia University, Mariaux was born and educated in Europe. She graduated with degrees in Liberal Arts and Economics from the University of Cologne, Germany.
Stepping outside of journalism she was engaged by Italian couturier Valentino to develop his first branded home collections. Following that success, she was enlisted by Calvin Klein as Director of Licensing and International Marketing, and subsequently headed a licensed division under Oscar de la Renta's label.
She ultimately formed her own company, specializing in licensing and international marketing
Among her clients were well known fashion and home furnishings designers. In recent years she expanded her branding expertise to include three notable institutions: The American Folk Art Museum, The Versailles Foundation and the Claude Monet Museum in Giverny, France. Mariaux also served as business consultant to The Metropolitan Museum of Art to chart future growth strategies and explore branding opportunities.
She works and lives in New York City.
310 East 46th St. - Suite 3M- New York, NY 10017 - T: (212) 692-9410 - F: (212) 692-9363
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