LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Glamour UK editor-in-chief Jo Elvin steps down
Condé Nast Britain confirmed that Jo Elvin has resigned from her role as editor-in-chief at Glamour after 17 years at the helm. After beginning her career at a number of teen titles including Dolly, Sugar and B, Elvin was tapped to launch Glamour’s UK edition in 2001. She has not confirmed her next move.
Hugo Boss hires global sustainability director
Hugo Boss has appointed Andreas Streubig director, global sustainability. Streubig joins the company from the Otto Group, where he most recently served as director of its sustainability management division. In his new role, he will report directly to chief executive Mark Langer.
Susan Rockefeller joins Ohana & Co. board
Ohana & Co. — the investment bank that has advised on a number of luxury transactions including Hourglass’s sale to Unilever and Onward Luxury Group’s acquisition of a majority stake in Charlotte Olympia — has appointed Susan Rockefeller to its board of advisors. The documentary filmmaker sits on a number of boards and is a member of JD.com’s International Advisory Council.
Moroccanoil names CEO
JuE Wong has been appointed chief executive at Moroccanoil. As part of her new role, the former Elizabeth Arden president will head up the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability initiative and spearhead accelerated international growth.
Toms appoints creative director
Ethical footwear brand Toms has named John Whitledge its new creative director. Co-founder of California-based brand Trovata, Whitledge first worked with the brand in 2011 when he designed its debut eyewear collection. His first collection as creative director will launch next year.
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