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Power Moves | Justin O'Shea to Brioni, Richemont Co-CEO Retires, Nike Hires Dave Dombrow

Justin O'Shea | Photo: Mario Villanueva for BoF
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  • Christopher Morency

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

Justin O'Shea to Join Brioni
Italian menswear brand Brioni has appointed Justin O'Shea as its new creative director, effective April 1st. O'Shea joins from MyTheresa where he was global fashion director. He succeeds Brendan Mullane, who left the house in February. In his new role at Brioni, O'Shea will be responsible for the brand's collections as well as its image.

Bernard Fornas to Retire from Richemont
Bernard Fornas will retire from his position as co-chief executive officer of Richemont at the end of this month, having held the role since April 2013. Additionally, he will step down from Richemont's senior executive committee and the group management committee. Fornas will continue serving on the company's board of directors as a non-executive member.

Nike Hires Dave Dombrow
Dave Dombrow has joined Nike in an unspecified role, leaving his role as senior vice president of design, footwear and accessories at Under Armour, where he has worked since 2010. Due to a non-compete agreement with the company, Dombrow is expected to begin design work at Nike in 2017.

Nordstrom Hires Chief Technology Officer
Kumar Srinivasan has been named chief technology officer of Nordstrom. Srinivasan, who has more than 18 years of technology and product management experience, joins from Evocalize, where he was co-founder and chief executive officer.

Keith Williams Joins John Lewis
John Lewis has appointed Keith Williams non-executive deputy chairman. Williams, who succeeds Mark Price, joined the board as a non-executive director in March 2014. Williams will exit his current role as executive chairman of British Airways later this month.

Susannah Bosanquet Joins McArthurGlen
Designer outlet group McArthurGlen has appointed Susannah Bosanquet director of communications and PR. Bosanquest will be a member of the company's executive team. Previously, Bosanquet was managing director of her own lifestyle PR agency in Milan.

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