What could tempt former Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers away from his berth at Apple? Yesterday, the destination of the outgoing executive was revealed: French luxury brand-owner LVMH, which counts Chandon, Dom Pérignon, Hennessy, Krug, Christian Dior, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari and Hublot among its brands (or “houses” as they’re known within the group).

Suffice to say, Rogers is going to have an inbox full of emails from former colleagues asking about freebies. Rogers will be LVMH’s chief digital officer. “He will build on the foundations laid by Thomas Romieu, take the Houses to the next level and explore new opportunities for the Group in the digital sphere,” said chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault in a statement yesterday. “ Ian will bring his extensive experience in high-end digital ventures and his innovation-driven spirit to develop LVMH leadership in the digital luxury field.” And perhaps some inventive music partnerships…

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