LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Courrèges hires CEO
Christina Ahlers has been appointed chief executive at Courrèges. She joins the company from Acne Studios, where she spent 12 years heading up the company’s Paris outpost, now its international headquarters. Prior to that, she worked at Maison Margiela.
Philip Picardi named Teen Vogue’s chief content officer
Condé Nast has promoted Phillip Picardi from digital editor director to chief content officer at Teen Vogue following the news that editor-in-chief Elaine Welteroth is departing the publication. He will continue in his role as chief content officer at Condé Nast’s LGBTQ youth platform Them.
Kim Jones departs Louis Vuitton
Kim Jones is exiting his role as men’s artistic director at Louis Vuitton after seven years at the French house. The designer, who has not yet confirmed his next move, will show his last collection for the LVMH-owned house on Thursday at Paris Fashion Week Men’s.
Helmut Lang appoints new editor-in-residence
Helmut Lang has tapped Alix Browne to succeed Dazed & Confused editor Isabella Burley as its editor-in-residence. Browne, who was the founding editor of V Magazine, most recently served as W magazine’s features director; prior to that, she was deputy style editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
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