LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Bergdorf Goodman appoints COO
Retail group Neiman Marcus has named Matt Marcotte chief operating officer of Bergdorf Goodman. Marcotte began in his new position January 14 and reports directly to Darcy Penick, President of Bergdorf Goodman. He joins the company from Tory Burch, where he was executive vice president and head of global direct-to-consumer.
LVMH adds to executive committee
Delphine Arnault, executive vice president of Louis Vuitton and daughter of LVMH group chief executive Bernard Arnault, has joined the company’s executive committee as of January 15.
Net-a-Porter VP of media and publishing to resign
Tess Macleod-Smith has announced that she is stepping down as vice president of media and publishing for the Yoox Net-a-Porter Group after seven years at the company, effective February 2019.
Neo Investment Partners names Ralph Toledano partner
Private equity firm Neo Investment Partners has appointed Ralph Toledano — luxury veteran and current Victoria Beckham chairman — partner, with immediate effect.
Jill Demling joins British Vogue as entertainment director-at-large
Former Vogue entertainment editor Jill Demling has been appointed entertainment director-at-large for British Vogue, reporting to editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.
Boohoo hires CEO
Boohoo.com has tapped former Primark executive John Lyttle, who is set to become Boohoo’s new chief executive in March.
Coty announces executive shakeups
Cosmetics company Coty has made several changes to its executive suite. Pierre-André Terisse, former group chief financial officer at Danone, has been named Coty’s chief financial officer effective February 1. Gianni Pieraccioni has been named chief operating officer of the company, and Luc Volatier chief global supply officer, both effective January 14.
Hearst China names CEO
Magazine group Hearst has announced the appointment of Daisy Wang as chief executive of the Greater China region, effective February 14. Wang was previously general manager at Hearst Taiwan.
Adam Moss steps down as editor of New York Magazine, replacement named
Adam Moss has announced his resignation from New York Magazine after 15 years at the helm of the publication. New York has named veteran deputy editor David Haskell as Moss’s replacement, effective April 1.
Victoria Beckham Limited taps editorial head
Victoria Beckham Limited has announced the appointment of Edward Barsamian as head of editorial with immediate effect. Barsamian joins the company from American Vogue, where he was style editor.
Snap CFO to step down
Tim stone, chief financial officer of Snapchat owner Snap Inc, has announced his departure from the company after less than a year in the role, effective February 5.
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