LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Wired Names Editor-in-Chief
Condé Nast has appointed Nicholas Thompson as editor-in-chief of Wired, marking his return to the publication. Previously he served as senior editor at Wired for five years before joining The New Yorker as senior editor in 2010, and was named editor of Newyorker.com in 2012. He succeeds Scott Dadich, who leaves Wired to launch a strategy, design and content firm named Godfrey Dadich Partners.
Coach Appoints CFO
Coach has hired Kevin G. Wills as chief financial officer, effective March 2017. Wills, who succeeds Jane Nielsen, joins Coach from AlixPartners LLP, where he served as managing director and chief financial officer since March 2014. Prior to AlixPartners, he was executive vice president and chief financial officer of Saks Incorporated for nearly 16 years.
CTO to Depart Nordstrom
Nordstrom and Kumar Srinivasan are parting ways, effective immediately. Srinivasan, who served as the company's chief technology officer, is leaving the company after less than a year into the role.
The Guardian Fashion Appointments
Jess Cartner-Morley has been appointed associate editor, fashion at The Guardian. Previously fashion editor, Cartner-Morley will serve as the newspaper's lifestyle voice and fashion critic. Additionally, Hannah Marriott has been appointed fashion editor, effective January 11. Marriott will oversee all of The Guardian and The Observer's fashion content.
Il Bisonte Hires CEO
Sofia Ciucchi has been named chief executive officer of Italian leather goods brand Il Bisonte. Before her appointment at Il Bisonte, Ciucchi spent over 20 years at the Salvatore Ferragamo group, where most recently she served as vice general director in 2012.
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