The long-established watch-maker owned by Richemont has been struggling for some years, and has again changed its CEO, appointing David Chaumet to succeed Geoffroy Lefebvre, in charge for less than a year.
Kidiliz has named Antoine Elie as the new managing director of its North American subsidiary, where he will oversee a portfolio of eight brands, including Kenzo Kids, Jean Bourget, Lili Gaufrette and Paul Smith Junior.
Following the merger of Condé Nast US with Condé Nast International in November, the group has named Roger Lynch as its first global CEO. Lynch previously served as CEO of Pandora, a leader in music streaming services.
Michael Stanier, the chief executive officer of UK shirtmaker Charles Tyrwhitt, is stepping down after a year in charge. He will be replaced by Luke Kingsnorth, currently president of the North American business.
The beauty retailer has announced the appointment of Mary Beth Edwards as group VP for global sourcing, as well as the promotion of Heather Plutino, current group VP of finance, to the company’s senior leadership team.
Following a global strategic review, the intimates and swimwear group announced on Wednesday that it has appointed Anna Johnson, the former EGM of its Bendon subsidiary, as its CEO and also revealed a new growth plan.
Clarks has announced that former Guess CEO Victor Herrero is amongst three top executives joining its board as non-executive directors. The appointments follow the arrival of CEO Giorgio Presca last month.