Johan Lindeberg

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Johan Lindeberg

Johan Lindeberg is a Swedish fashion designer.


  • He was the Marketing Director of Diesel from 1990 until 1996.
  • He was the CEO of Diesel US from 1994 to 1996.
  • In 1995, Johan Lindeberg decided to quit his position at Diesel in order to create J. Lindeberg,[1] which is credited with introducing fashionable style into golf wear.[2] He was the Creative Director until 2007.
  • In 2007, Johan moved to New York to take on the Creative Director positions at Justin Timberlake's fashion brand William Rast, where he worked until 2009.
  • Johan left William Rast in 2009 to create a new lifestyle brand, Paris68.
  • In 2010 Johan Lindeberg joined forces with Kellwood Company as Creative Director of BLK DNM.


  1. ^ Modedesignern Johan Lindeberg talar ut, Dagens Nyheter 2009-07-21 (Swedish)
  2. ^ Beech, John; Simon Chadwick (2007). The marketing of sport. Pearson Education. p. 440. ISBN 978-0-273-68826-6.