The New York-based department store retailer announced on Monday that it has named Laura Miller as its new chief information officer and made a series of other senior leadership changes as part of its Polaris strategy.
Nike Inc on Monday announced the departure of North American business general manager Ann Hebert, days after a report that her son used a credit card in her name to purchase sneakers for his resale company.
Matchesfashion's CEO of just a year has stepped down with immediate effect. Ajay Kavan has left the firm and director Maureen Chiquet has taken on the role of executive chairwoman as the company looks for a new leader.
The 27-year-old Chinese-Australian fashion influencer has been appointed as editor-in-chief of Vogue China, becoming the youngest person to hold the position at any of the magazine’s international editions.
John Lewis’s buying director of fashion is set to stand down after many years at the firm. But it seems the move isn't linked to the retailer’s general restructuring. Christine Kasoulis will leave to focus on her MBA.
Fanny Moizant has informed the board of SMCP that she’s stepping down as a director. The move comes as she needs to be “fully focused on her other activities, in particular the development of Vestiaire Collective”
Costa Paz will oversee the creative direction for the brand in the U.S. and the U.K. and help guide Vogue’s approach to content in all formats through all of the company’s owned and operated editions worldwide.
Clarks’ CEO Giorgio Presca has exited the historic shoe firm. The move comes only a few months after it brought a new majority owner on board as the founding family relinquished control for the first time in centuries.
The Italian luxe label is being relaunched, and has strengthened its senior management team with the arrival of a new head of marketing, Antonella Leoni, formerly in charge of communications at eyewear group Safilo.