Jimmy Choo’s loss is Coty’s gain. Choo CEO Pierre Denis is leaving the luxury footwear and accessories brand after eight years at the helm. He’ll step down from the role in late May and will become CEO of Coty.
Harvey Nichols’ group marketing and creative director Deborah Bee is leaving the luxury department store, according to a report, and the creative agency she appointed when she joined two years ago is also quitting.
In the newly created role, Patel will lead the account management and brand partnerships functions for North America, where she will support the teams in Los Angeles and New York in working on new initiatives.
Candace Craig Bulishak, who most recently served as chief marketing officer, will now serve as president, while former senior vice president of new product development and operations, Kim Tran, will become COO.
Vittorio Fiorio, GM South Europe (Italy, Greece, Malta and the Balkans) of Alpargatas spoke to FashionNetwork.com about Havaianas’s international plans, with stores in Greece and new collaborations on the cards.
Vietnamese garment makers will face a severe shortage of materials because the new coronavirus has disrupted their supply chains, the chairman of the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association said on Tuesday.
Claudia Marcocci, former SVP of Coty's Gucci Beauty, is taking over as brand general director of Parfums Christian Dior, succeeding Véronique Courtois, who stepped down from the role to lead Guerlain in November 2019.
Brand Architekts, the group behind skincare and grooming brands including Super Facialist and Dirty Works, has tapped former Coty marketing director Quentin Higham to be its next chief executive officer.
The American fast fashion retailer announced on Monday that Michael Appel will no longer be serving as the company’s CEO and chairman, roles in which he will be succeeded by John Fleming and Scott D. Vogel.