The Mail on Sunday is among the most popular newspapers in the UK and it has a new You Magazine editor. Jackie Annesley succeeds Jo Elvin at the magazine that’s a key channel to reach fashion and beauty consumers.
Capri Holdings on Monday named Alexander McQueen chief Emmanuel Gintzburger as the new CEO at Versace, effective this September. On the same day, Kering named Gianfilippo Testa as CEO of McQueen, talking over in May.
THG has lost one of its key non-executive directors. The online retail and technology giant announced Friday that Tiffany Hall has stepped down from the board with immediate effect due to “family reasons”.
The Italian label has reshuffled its design office, naming Filippo Grazioli as creative director, while Alberto Caliri, who had succeeded Angela Missoni in the same post, will take charge of the home decoration line.
The Swedish brand has placed the former global creative of makeup and color design of Chanel at the helm of their creative department, working alongside founder Ben Gorham. She succeeds Isamaya Ffrench.
In 2021, the German sportswear giant recorded only a very slight increase in its business in China. The Covid-19 pandemic was certainly to blame but so was a boycott. Adidas relaunches with a new boss and a new strategy.
LVMH will put forward at the next AGM a proposal for pushing back the age limit for its CEO from 75 to 80 years, allowing the current CEO, who is 73, to remain for longer at the helm of the world’s top luxury group.
Guess Inc. announced on Wednesday a return to profit for fiscal 2022, on the back of a solid fourth quarter which saw the U.S. fashion company deliver revenues in line with expectations and exceed profit targets.
Hugo Boss has appointed Christian Kuhn as head of innovation. The newly created post falls within the scope of the Group Strategy & Corporate Development division, as Hugo Boss told FashionNetwork.com.