After the loss of their Founder and President, Pierre Bergé, the French Fashion Institute decided on October 4 to transfer the role for the interim to André Beirnaert who has been their Vice President since 1998.
Dr. Martens has announced that its chief executive officer Steve Murray is leaving the company to enable the “next phase of its history”. Chairman Paul Mason will take over until a new chief executive is appointed.
Wang is succeeded by Lisa Gersh, who previously served as CEO of Goop. The company also named Stephanie Horton the new Chief Strategy Officer and added Jonathan Miller and Tom Florio to the Board of Directors.
Ted Baker has announced the appointment of Anita Balchandani and Jennifer Roebuck as independent non-executive directors, while Anne Sheinfield has stepped down as non-executive director after more than 7 years.
Arcadia’s loss is John Lewis’s gain. The fashion retail giant controlled by Sir Philip Green has lost its property and procurement director - with responsibility for its 3,000 stores - to employee-owned John Lewis.