LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Nordstrom Names CFO
Nordstrom has appointed Anne Bramman as chief financial officer, effective June 2. Bramman, who succeeds Mike Koppel, comes to Nordstrom from Avery Dennison Corporation where she served as senior vice president and chief financial officer since 2015.
Burberry Appoints CMO
Judy Collinson has been named chief merchandising officer of Burberry, succeeding Paul Price, who left the company to pursue new opportunities. Collinson joins Burberry from Christian Dior, where she was senior vice president of merchandising for the US for five years. Before that she held positions at Barneys New York.
Hudson's Bay Company CFO Resigns
After three years in the role, Paul Beesley has resigned from his role as chief financial officer of Hudson's Bay Company, and will leave in early July. During his tenure, the company formed two real estate joint ventures with leading partners in the US and Canada.
Amazon Fashion President Exits
After eight years with the Seattle-based e-commerce behemoth, Amazon Fashion president Cathy Beaudoin has exited the company. Beaudoin joined Amazon in 2008 from Gap’s Piperlime, an e-commerce brand she co-founded, to lead Amazon Fashion. She was named president of the fashion division in 2012.
Spring Group Hires Milan CEO
Spring Group has named Isabelle Harvie-Watt as a partner and chief executive officer of its Milan division. Most recently, Harvie-Watt was chief executive officer of Havas Media Group Italy and managing director of Havas’ Global luxury division LuxHub.
Jennifer Fisher Names Global Communications Director
Jennifer Fisher has appointed Nina Stuart to the newly created role of global communications director, effective May 8. Nina joins Jennifer Fisher after serving as US PR Director for Tom Ford International.
Marks & Spencer Hires Managing Director for Clothing
Marks & Spencer has appointed Jill McDonald as managing director of its clothing, home and beauty division, effective October 2017. McDonald, who succeeds Steve Rowe, joins from cycling retailer Halfords, where she was chief executive officer.
Fantastic Man Appoints Fashion Director
Fantastic Man has named Carlos Nazario as fashion director, effective immediately. Nazario, who has been a contributing stylist to the men's magazine for several seasons, has styled for a slew of publications including T Magazine, Self Service and I-D.
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