Lovisa was established in April 2010 and has quickly grown to be one of Australia’s leading specialist fast fashion jewellery retailers.It has over 700 stores across over 30 countries globally, including Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Namibia, South Africa, France, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Hungary, Romania, and Switzerland, Canada, Mexico, the US, the UK, and franchised stores in the Middle East (Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Lebanon and Cyprus) and South America (Colombia).
Lovisa strives to be at the forefront of the fast fashion retail industry and pursuant to this mission, has developed a model that ensures trends are quickly identified and its target customers are provided with a broad, quality product range.
Lovisa has developed a vertically integrated business model, through which it develops, designs, sources and merchandises 100% of its Lovisa branded products.
Along with being co-founder and substantial shareholder, Brett is also the Chairman and Founder of BB Retail Capital (“BBRC”), a private investment group with diverse global interests across retail, capital management, retail property, beef, and other innovative ventures. Brett is one of Australia’s most successful retailers, with BBRC’s retail presence extending to over 1600 stores across more than 15 countries. Brett is currently a non-executive director of Accent Group Limited (ASX: AX1).
Global Chief Executive Officer
Victor joins Lovisa with vast global experience having spent 13 years with the Inditex Group, one of the world’s largest fashion retailers with 8 store formats such as Zara, Pull & Bear and Massimo Dutti. The Inditex group with over 6,000 stores in 80 markets and sales over US$25billion pioneered fast fashion retailing growing numerous brands, including Zara, around the world. During Victor's time at Inditex, he held numerous roles including Head of Asia Pacific and Managing Director Greater China and led the company’s expansion through this region rolling out 800 stores across multiple countries including China and India.
Victor also spent four years as CEO of global retail brand Guess based in California. Guess has over 2,000 stores across 90
markets with over 15,000 employees and annual retail sales over US$5billion. Victor was most recently Chairman and CEO of international shoe manufacturer and retailer Clarks and is also a Director of G-III Apparel Group (Nasdaq listed).
Bruce Carter has spent over 30 years in corporate recovery and insolvency. Bruce was formerly managing partner at Ferrier Hodgson Adelaide for 19 years and prior to that a partner at Ernst & Young, Chair of the South Australian Economic Development Board and a member of the Executive Committee of Cabinet. He holds a Masters of Business Administration from Heriot-Watt University and a Bachelor of Economics from University of Adelaide. He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Bruce is currently Chair of the Australian Submarine Corporation, chair of AIG Australia Ltd and a director of Bank of Queensland Limited. Bruce is a former director of Crown Resorts Limited, SkyCity Entertainment Group Ltd, Genesee and Wyoming Inc (NYSE) and the Aventus Group.
Tracey joined BB Retail Capital in 1981 and is a nominated
representative of BB Retail Capital on the Board of Lovisa. Tracey has
held a number of senior executive positions across BB Retail Capital’s
brands, including Chief Executive Officer of Sanity Entertainment
and Bras n Things. She is a Board-level advisor across the BB Retail
Capital portfolio bringing in-depth knowledge and expertise on retail
operations and roll-out strategy.
Tracey was a founding shareholder of Lovisa in 2010, and has since
been a senior advisor to the Company’s management team. Tracey
is currently a Director of BB Retail Capital Pty Limited and BB Retail
Property Pty Limited.
John is a career retailer and brings over 38 years’ experience in retailing operations in Australia. He was previously the founder and owner of Spendless Shoes Pty Ltd, a company he grew to 248 stores as well as a successful online site before selling to The Shoe Group in July 2019. He has served as a member of the Council of Wilderness School for 12 years (7 years as Chair), Saint Peter’s College for 5 years and is currently a member of the Finance and Infrastructure Committee of the University of Adelaide.
SEI JIN ALT
Independent Non-Executive Director
Sei Jin brings to the Board broad merchandising, managerial,
financial, and operational experience in multiple fashion categories
as well as business leadership expertise gained over 20 years in the
industry across a number of major US retailers including Francesca’s,
JC Penny, Nordstrom and Macy’s.
Chief Financial Officer
Chris brings over 20 years’ experience in senior finance roles in prominent Australian companies, most recently as Group General Manager Finance at listed department store retailer Myer Holdings Limited (ASX: MYR), where he spent 10 years in various finance roles. Prior to that, Chris spent a number of years at Telstra Corporation Limited, Australia’s largest telecommunications provider (ASX: TLS), after beginning his career at accounting and advisory firm KPMG.
Chris’ experience cuts across all areas of financial management and includes treasury management, equity capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, and ASX governance.
Chris is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand.
For all previous company announcements please visit www.asx.com.au and enter "LOV" to see Lovisa Holdings Limited full compliment of publications.
- Modern Slavery Transparency Statement 2022
- Corporate Governance Statement 2023
- Lovisa Cultural Commitments
- Audit Business Risk and Compliance Committee Charter
- Board Charter
- Code of Conduct
- Communication Strategy
- Continuous Disclosure Policy
- Diversity Policy
- Policy on Non Audit Services
- People, Leadership, Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter
- Policy for Dealing in Securities
- Workplace Gender Equality Report 2021 – 2022
- Workplace Gender Equality Report 2020 – 2021
- Workplace Gender Equality Report 2019 – 2020
- Workplace Gender Equality Report 2018 – 2019
- Workplace Gender Equality Report 2017 - 2018
- Workplace Gender Equality Report 2016 - 2017