BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
PARIS, France — According to market sources, Delphine Arnault, the eldest child of LVMH chairman and chief executive Bernard Arnault, will leave her post as deputy general manager of Dior, which she has held since 2008, for a position at the group's largest luxury brand, Louis Vuitton, effective this September.
BoF has learned that 032c is set to announce the appointment of Mel Ottenberg as the magazine’s new fashion director.
NEW YORK, United States — Jason Wu is set to take up the newly created position of Artistic Director for Hugo Boss' BOSS womenswear line, effective June 15, the company said in a statement. The 30-year-old, Taiwan-born designer, who founded his eponymous, New York-based label in 2007, will assume responsibility for all product and image-related components of Hugo Boss’ primary women's ready-to-wear and accessory lines.
NEW YORK, United States — Marc by Marc Jacobs has named Katie Hillier the company's new creative director. Hillier, in turn, has appointed fellow Briton Luella Bartley as womenswear design director.
NEW YORK, United States — After more than 16 years as president and executive creative director of US accessories brand Coach, Reed Krakoff has announced that he will not renew his contract with the label, which is set to expire in June of 2014. The company has started the hunt for his successor. Krakoff is said to be leaving to focus on his own high-end label of sportswear-inspired apparel and accessories, Reed Krakoff, which he
PARIS, France — Thierry Andretta has stepped down as the managing director of Lanvin, a position he held since 2009. Michèle Huban, Lanvin’s current chief operating officer, will assume Andretta’s duties. Andretta joined the brand in 2008 as an executive vice president and was instrumental in the expansion of Lanvin’s global retail footprint. During his tenure, Andretta also made Lanvin’s leather goods business a strategic focus, with the aim of extending the level of distinction that creative director Alber Elbaz brought to the label’s womens ready-to-wear collections into accessories. A Lanvin spokesperson cited ‘personal reasons’ as the cause of Andretta’s departure. But according to market sources, there had been disagreements between the executive and the brand’s majority owner, Shaw-Lan Wang,…
LONDON, United Kingdom – Biannual fashion tome Love magazine has appointed stylist and longtime contributor Panos Yiapanis as fashion director-at-large, reporting to editor-in-chief Katie Grand.