Ruba Abu-Nimah has left her position as executive creative director for marketing and communications at Tiffany & Co., according to news sources.
Abu-Nimah first joined the luxury jeweler in March 2021 following its takeover by LVMH. She was the company’s first major hire since chief artistic director Reed Krakoff stepped down when the acquisition was finalized in January of that year. WWD was the first to break the news of Abu-Nimah’s departure.
Prior to working for Tiffany, Abu-Nimah was the senior vice president and creative director at beauty and makeup giant Revlon. She was also the first female creative director at Elle magazine.
Abu-Nimah’s LinkedIn profile still lists her as currently employed by Tiffany. The luxury jeweler has not responded to a request for comment from Rapaport News.
Main image: A Tiffany store in New York. (Shutterstock)