LONDON, United Kingdom —BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Moda Operandi names first China Managing Director
Ming Yang, former managing director of Greater China and APAC at Farfetch, is appointed managing director China for Moda Operandi. Yang will lead the company’s Shanghai business expansion, reporting to Moda Operandi CEO Ganesh Srivats.
Tod’s Menswear Creative Director steps down
Andrea Incontri is stepping down as menswear designer at Tod’s on June 29. He joined the company in 2013 and was appointed as menswear creative director in 2014. Incontri has not disclosed further plans and his successor has not yet been named.
i-D Magazine’s Creative Director leaves
Graham Rounthwaite who joined i-D in 2010, taking creative lead in 2013, will be departing from his role. He was oversaw both print and online editions and will pass on responsibility to global editor-in-chief of i-D, Alistair McKimm.
L’Oréal Paris announces Global Brand President
Delphine Viguier-Hovasse has been promoted to global brand president of L’Oréal Paris and is the first woman heading up the brand worldwide. She was previously global brand president of Garnier, a role that will be taken up by Adrien Koskas.
Coty Inc hires Head of Human Resources
Sophie Hanrot will succeed Sébastien Froidefond in leading Coty Inc.’s human resources division and will serve on the company’s executive committee. Hanrot joined the company in 2016 from Louis Vuitton, where she served as global head of talent. She will report to Coty’s CEO Pierre Laubies, stepping into her role on July 1, 2019.
Marchesa Co-Founder departs
Marchesa’s Keren Craig has left the company she co-founded with Georgina Chapman, citing the need to explore new opportunities and push her potential as a designer. A replacement has not yet been announced.
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