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Power Moves | True Religion's CEO, Grimes to Neiman Marcus, Citizens of Humanity's President

BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
John Ermatinger | Source: Bloomberg
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  • Kati Chitrakorn

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

True Religion Names CEO
True Religion has appointed John Ermatinger chief executive following the resignation of David Conn. Ermatinger, who is currently interim senior vice president of global sourcing and production, will take up the new role immediately. Prior to True Religion, Ermatinger held leadership roles in the Asia Pacific division at Tommy Hilfiger, Gap Inc. and Nike.

Donald T. Grimes Joins Neiman Marcus
The Neiman Marcus Group has hired Donald T. Grimes as executive vice president, chief operating officer and chief financial officer. He replaces Jim Skinner, who has been promoted to the newly created role of vice chairman. Grimes comes from Wolverine World Wide Inc., where he was senior vice president and chief financial officer for the American footwear manufacturer.

Citizens of Humanity Names President
Citizens of Humanity has named Kathy Kweon as president of the company, effective June 10. Kweon, formerly vice president and brand director at AG, succeeds Amy Williams who is taking up the post of chief executive officer. The appointments follow a string of recent key hires including Catherine Ryu, who is now head of women's design, and Jazmin Kim, who joined as creative director of Goldsign.

Cath Kidston Hires Chief Operating Officer
Geert Peeters has been promoted at Cath Kidston to chief operating officer. Peeters first joined the retailer in 2012 as supply chain director, and was promoted to director of global supply chain and product development in 2013. Prior to Cath Kidston, he held key positions at VF Corporation and Levi Strauss & Co.

Sophie Hulme's New Management
Sophie Hulme has appointed Teresio Blanchetti as head of global sales and Diane Crook as global communications director, bringing the New York label's sales and marketing in-house. Currently, Polly King is the brand's sales agent for the resort 2016 collection. The new managerial structure will take effect in July.

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