LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Phillip Picardi departs Condé Nast
The chief content officer at Teen Vogue is exiting Condé Nast. He will be the next editor-in-chief at Out, a magazine centred around LGBTQ culture. A successor has not yet been named.
Highsnobiety names style director
Jan-Michael Quammie is joining Highsnobiety as the brand's first ever style director. She previously held roles at Material Magazine and Net-a-Porter.
Debenhams appoints CFO
British department store chain Debenhams has named Rachel Osborne its new chief financial officer. Osborne will begin her role on September 17. She joins the company from Domino's Pizza Group, where she was chief financial officer.
Kering hires CEO of Swiss watchmaking division
Patrick Pruniaux has been appointed chief executive of Kering's Swiss watchmaking divisions, effective immediately. Pruniaux will report to Albert Bensoussan, chief executive of the watches and jewellery activities at Kering. He was previously chief executive of Ulysse Nardin.
Victoria's Secret Pink CEO retires
The chief executive of Victoria's Secret Pink, Denise Landman, is retiring at the end of the year. Amy Hauk, current president for merchandising and product development of Bath & Body Works, has been named as Landman's replacement.
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