LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Mytheresa.com's managing director steps down
Mytheresa.com's managing director Jens Riewenherm will exit the luxury e-commerce company at the end of October 2017 after almost six years in his role. His successor has not yet been named.
Helmut Lang hires Mark Howard Thomas as menswear creative director
Helmut Lang has tapped Mark Howard Thomas to creatively helm its menswear division. Thomas joins the label from Joseph, and will relocate from London to New York for the job. His debut collection for the brand will be Autumn/Winter 2018.
Kate Lanphear joins Marie Claire as creative director
Hearst has appointed Kate Lanphear Marie Claire's new creative director. Formerly the editor-in-chief of Maxim, Lanphear has also served as style director at both Elle and T: The New York Times Style Magazine. She succeeds Nina Garcia, who left the publication to helm Elle in September.
Love Magazine taps Hari Nef
Hafi Nef has joined Love Magazine as a contributing editor for its 19th issue. The transgender model, actress and writer has collaborated with the magazine before: she starred as one of four cover stars for the title’s #LoveMe17 issue released earlier this year.
Time Inc. UK names digital content director
InStyle UK’s editor-in-chief Charlotte Moore has been promoted to Time Inc. UK's digital content director, working across the publisher’s fashion and beauty portfolio which includes Look.co.uk and Marieclaire.co.uk.
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