The former Givenchy CEO has joined the Richemont group, where he will supervise the fashion and accessories division from September. He succeeds Eric Vallet, who left last October to become CEO of Rémy Cointeau.
The rumour had been circulating since April, and now it is official: on Tuesday, the US designer of the 1017 Alyx 9SM label will join Givenchy, succeeding Clare Waight Keller as the luxury label's creative director.
On Friday, the Swiss luxury giant, owner of jewellery brand Cartier, announced its Group EVP Human Resources Sophie Guieysse is stepping down “with immediate effect”, in the midst of an executive remuneration row.
For the first time, the Italian label's CEO Toni Scervino has picked a manager from outside the company, Sofia Ciucchi, to work alongside him in a post-Covid-19 relaunch phase featuring many new projects.
Vincent Wauters is out as CEO after a four-year stint leading the premium footwear brand. Paolo Porta will assume his responsibilities on an interim basis and Andrew Lawley has been appointed as executive chairman.
Hearst Magazines has named Samira Nasr to be the new editor-in-chief of the US edition of Harper’s Bazaar, the group’s single most famous fashion magazine. The first person of color to edit the 153-year-old publication.
After the retirement of previous chief executive officer Gerald W. Evans Jr. was announced in March, HanesBrands has announced Stephen B. Bratspies as the company's new CEO and board member, effective August 3.
Cosmetics company L’Oreal said on Tuesday it regretted sacking a black transgender model in 2017 after she described all white people as racist, and offered her a new job helping to shape the firm’s diversity policies.
The high-end German ready-to-wear giant is currently in talks with the Swiss-born executive, who recently left his post as the head of Tommy Hilfiger and PVH Europe. At Hugo Boss, he would succeed Mark Langer as CEO.