LONDON, United Kingdom — Mulberry Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Bruno Guillon has some catching up to do. After cutting forecasts twice in his first year at the helm, the 47-year-old CEO is pledging to return the British luxury-goods maker to growth in the next 12 months, even without the help of Mulberry’s celebrated creative director.
Following a flurry of high profile announcements, BoF’s editor-in-chief, Imran Amed, muses on the enduring importance of the creative director.
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