Landsdec is moving to the next phase of its growth strategy. And that means there's no position for Chief Operating Officer Colette O'Shea. But she will remain COO until next March, leaving “after a transitional period”.
After twenty years at Alaïa as studio director, Caroline Fabre returns to the role of executive advisor at the Japanese fashion house, where she started her career from 1986 to 2003 before moving on to Azzedine Alaïa.
KCD, the PR firm, which works with luxury brands such as Givenchy and Marine Serre, announced the promotions of Dale Westgarth, Julie Beynon and James Deeny to senior vice president of media relations.
Ted Baker has announced a key appointment in its sales team and it’s clearly one that’s become even more important given the brand’s likely sale to Authentic Brands Group as it targets faster international growth.
Hotter Shoes parent Unbound Group is about to lose its chief financial officer. Dan Lampard is to step down from the role, effective from 1 October, to take up the same position with an unnamed business.
The French label has plucked its newest recruit from Kenzo; Bruno Alazard. The executive, who has over 20 years of experience at major luxury groups, will take up the newly created role of chief omnichannel officer.
ASOS has announced the timetable for its COO/CFO Mat Dunnn — who also stood in as interim CEO of the business after Nick Beighton’s exit — to step down from his roles at the firm as it restructures its executive team.