This week, Nicolas Hieronimus takes the helm at L’Oréal, while Macy’s appoints a Boston Consulting Group partner as Chief Financial Officer.
This week, Micaela Le Divelec Lemmi is named Salvatore Ferragamo's new chief executive, while Louise Trotter exits her role as creative director of Joseph.
Fans and retailers alike reckon with the reality of a post-Phoebe Philo Céline, signalling opportunity for brands who could fill the gap.
The collection was all about uniforms, but the recurrence of holiday clothes only served to confuse things.
Through her finesse and apt sense of l'air du temps, Joseph has grown into much more than just an in-house label under Louise Trotter’s direction.
Louise Trotter's thought-provoking collection paid homage to the idea of contemporary nomadism and the wonderfully bonkers styles of 90s conceptual darlings Bless.
Private labels were once a way for multi-brand retailers to ‘fill in the gaps’ in their designer offering. But for Joseph, it’s become a foundation for global expansion.
LONDON, United Kingdom — Sara Ferrero is one of those once rare but increasingly common fashion executives who spent the early part of their careers