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Power Moves | New CEOs at Mulberry and Anya Hindmarch, Moncler Names COO

BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
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  • Kati Chitrakorn

LONDON, United Kingdom – BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.

Mulberry Appoints CEO
Mulberry has appointed Thierry Andretta as its new chief executive officer, effective April 7. Godfrey Davis, currently chairman and interim CEO of the brand, will move into the role of chairman on this date. Andretta will work alongside newly appointed creative director Johnny Coca, who starts on July 8. Andretta was most recently chief executive of Italian jewellery label Buccellati.

Anya Hindmarch Names CEO
Anya Hindmarch has named Helen Wright as chief executive officer, taking effect in May. Wright joins the company from Karl Lagerfeld, where she was global vice president of retail, following three years with the LVMH Group at Fendi as president of Europe, Middle East and India. She succeeds former chief James McArthur, who held the position for four years.

Moncler Names Chief Operating Officer
Moncler has tapped Roberto Eggs as chief operating officer, with effect May 1. Eggs currently serves as the president of Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India at Louis Vuitton, and previously worked for Nestlé SA for over 17 years. Louis Vuitton plans to split Eggs' previous role in two and promote two executives, Alessandro Valenti and Francois Pedrol.

ELLE France Hires Creative Director
Germain Chauveau has been tapped as the new creative director of ELLE France. He will join the Lagardère Active publication in mid March from Vogue Paris where he has worked since 2008, most recently as artistic director. Chauveau succeeds James Eric Jones, who left the publication after less than a year in the role.

Bill to Condé Nast Global Development
Jamie Bill, the publishing director of British GQ and GQ Style since 2004, has been named as executive director of Condé Nast Global Development. Previously, he held a variety of roles at Hearst UK. Based in London, Bill will be responsible for "generating new businesses across platforms and categories" worldwide.

Soyez Joins Marc Jacobs International
Marc Jacobs International has appointed Julien Soyez as communications director for Europe and the Middle East, effective March 16. Soyez began his career in 2001 at Fendi, and then moved to Louis Vuitton in 2009, where he was most recently press director. In a related move, Paris-based communications manager Hugo Scott will move to New York, to become director of special projects.

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