LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Teen Vogue Names Elaine Welteroth as Editor-in-Chief
Elaine Welteroth has been appointed editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue. Welteroth was previously editor of the Condé Nast title, which she joined in 2012 as beauty and health director. Previously, she was the senior beauty editor at Glamour, and before that she served as the beauty and style editor at Ebony magazine.
Safilo Appoints Chairman of Board of Directors
Safilo Group has named Eugenio Razelli as chairman of its board of directors. He succeeds Robert Polet, who resigned as chairman and remains the company's director. Razelli has been member of the board since 2010 and was the chief executive officer of Italian car components manufacturer Magneti Marelli SpA before.
Coty Hires Nathalie Durán
Coty Inc. has named Nathalie Durán to the role of senior vice president of luxury fashion brands. Most recently Durán served as international general manager of designer fragrance brands at L'Oréal.
VF Corporation's VP to Retire
Martin Schneider, vice president and chief information officer of VF Corporation — which owns The North Face, Timberland and Eastpak — has announced plans to retire at the end of 2017. Sandra Harris, vice president of global business technology, will succeed Schneider, effective January 1, 2018.
Zadig & Voltaire Appoints Managing Director
Zadig & Voltaire has appointed luxury veteran Jean-Jacques Guével as managing director. Prior to joining the French brand, Guével held the role of international director of Céline for eight years. Before that, he held roles within LVMH's fashion division.
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