LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Condé Nast International names chief revenue officer
Condé Nast International has promoted long-time veteran Jamie Jouning to the post of chief revenue officer. Jouning has held a number of positions within the publishing house, including publisher of British Glamour, digital director of Condé Nast Britain and, most recently, commercial director of Condé Nast International. He will report to CNI’s president, Wolfgang Blau.
Richemont names COO
Luxury goods group Richemont has promoted Jerome Lambert to chief operating officer. Formerly head of operations, Lambert will oversee all of Richemont’s portfolio except for Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. Emmanuel Perrin, currently international sales director at Cartier, will assume the role of head of specialist watchmakers distribution, a newly created position that will see Perrin responsible for distribution strategies.
Shiseido EMEA hires president and CEO
Shiseido Group EMEA has appointed Franck Marilly as president and chief executive, effective January 1. Marilly, previously managing director of Chanel’s european fragrance and beauty division, succeeds Louis Desazars, who left the company earlier this month to pursue personal projects.
J.W. Anderson's CEO steps down
J.W. Anderson chief executive Simon Whitehouse is exiting the London-based brand in December after three years at the helm. According to the company, Whitehouse will “take up different opportunities” next year. His successor has not yet been named.
Eidos hires creative director
Isaia Corp has tapped Simon Spurr to be its new creative director. Spurr, whose specialty lies in modern menswear tailoring, has previously worked at Saint Laurent, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren, and also helms his own brands Spurr and Simon Spurr. His debut collection for the house will be Autumn 2018.
Glamour hires chief content officer
British Glamour has named Deborah Joseph as chief content officer, a newly created role that will oversee the vision for the beauty-first digital brand. Joseph previously worked at Glamour as the title’s launch entertainment editor, before moving to the Daily Mail. Since she has also helmed Condé Nast’s Brides and Easy Living titles, as well as worked as a content consultant.
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