Neiman marcus names new chief merchandising officer

by Stephen Garner
Lana Todorovich

Neiman Marcus Group has announced the appointment of Lana Todorovich to president and chief merchandising officer. In her role, Todorovich will be responsible for driving the brand’s merchandising offerings which are a key component of the retailer’s strategic plan. She will report to Neiman Marcus Group CEO Geoffroy van Raemdonck.

Todorovich will be a key leader in Neiman Marcus Group’s transformation strategy, moving to a more customer-centric organization by creating a new and engaging luxury retail experience for the global customer.

Todorovich brings an extensive background in leading merchandising teams to success. Prior to joining Neiman Marcus Group, Todorovich was president of North American wholesale at Ralph Lauren, president of women’s apparel group at Global Brands Group, and president at Perry Ellis International. Todorovich also held leadership roles at Warnaco – Calvin Klein.

“Lana is a great addition to our leadership team,” said van Raemdonck. “As we build the preeminent luxury customer platform to bring seamless, personal and magical experiences to our customers, Lana’s depth of experience will help elevate the Neiman Marcus brand for customers, brand partners and our associates. Her outstanding leadership and partnership skills, as well as her proven track record, make her a perfect fit for our organization.”

“I am honored to join a company with such a storied history and even brighter future. The Neiman Marcus brand has always been the pinnacle of luxury,” added Todorovich. “What an exciting time to join this talented leadership team and be part of a transformation that will make us more relevant to our customers, deliver more value to our partners and provide wonderful growth opportunities for our associates.”


  1. Wishing my Serbian girl Lana Todorovich very best, she is confident and accomplished merchandiser.
    From the earlier generesion
    Milan Teodorovich, Brooks Brothers and Macy’s GMM

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