The Croatian designer has hired Christophe Mélard, formerly at Sergio Rossi, as his label’s new CEO. He also licensed the production of his ready-to-wear line to Jato Group, and is thinking about showing in Paris again.
The brand has announced changes to its leadership structure following Hervé Moreau's departure. Moving away from the single designer approach, the brand will have a team of design experts led by Alessandra Rinaudo.
The adventure sports lifestyle company has announced that it has created six new leadership roles, revealing a multi-year growth agenda focused on seven priorities, including digital development and sustainability.
Clemenza, ex-general manager of Krizia and a strategic pick by private equity firm Armònia SGR, in control of the label since 2017, is tasked with stepping up the pace of its structuring and commercial development.
The British footwear label has announced its appointment of Véronique Miguens as country manager France. She will be responsible for retail development, reporting to Nathalie Schneider, EMEA retail director.
Sarah Miles is set to leave her post at Amazon Fashion to become the new chief executive officer of UK-based beauty retailer Feelunique. She will replace former CEO Joël Palix, who stepped down in February.
The executive, who previously led the company's footwear division, has become the new CEO of OLG, the European luxury subsidiary of the Japanese group of the same name, and has plans to turn it into a talent incubator.