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Power Moves | Lorraine Candy Joins The Sunday Times, Condé Nast Chairman to Retire

This week, Lorraine Candy joined The Sunday Times as luxury content director and editor in chief of Style, and Condé Nast announced the retirement of chairman Chuck Townsend.
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  • Christopher Morency

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

Lorraine Candy Joins The Sunday Times
News UK has appointed Lorraine Candy to the newly created position of luxury content director of the Sunday Times and editor in chief of Style. Candy joins from Elle UK, where she spent 12 years, most recently as editor-in-chief. Prior to that, she was editor-in-chief at Cosmopolitan and features editor for The Times.

Condé Nast Chairman Chuck Townsend to Retire
Condé Nast chairman Chuck Townsend has announced his retirement and will leave the company on December 31. Townsend, who was appointed to the role in September 2015 after serving 11 years as chief executive officer, will pass the reins to chief executive officer Bob Sauerberg.

Melisa Goldie to Leave Calvin Klein, Inc.
Calvin Klein, Inc. and chief marketing officer Melisa Goldie have parted ways. Goldie, who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities, joined Calvin Klein, Inc. in 2001 as vice president of print and broadcast production and was promoted to senior vice president of creative services in 2006.

Edições Globo Condé Nast Promotes Daniela Falcão
Vogue Brazil editor-in-chief, Daniela Falcão, has been promoted to managing director of Edições Globo Condé Nast, effective January 2017. After becoming editorial director of the company this year, she added responsibility for the entire portfolio of brand to her position as Vogue editor-in-chief. Falcão will be succeeded by Silvia Rogar, the publication's deputy editor.

Executive Hires at Lululemon Athletica
Lululemon Athletica has appointed Ben Stubbington as senior vice president of men's design. Stubbington hails from Theory, where he served as creative director of menswear. Additionally, Sun Choe has been named senior vice president of global merchandising. Most recently, Choe held the role of chief global product merchandising at Marc Jacobs.

Moose Knuckles Appoints GM and VP of Sales and Marketing for Europe
Canadian luxury outerwear brand Moose Knuckles has hired Marco D'Avanzo as general manager and vice president of sales and marketing for its Europe division. Before joining Moose Knuckles, D'Avanzo was international sales and retail manager for Woolrich.

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