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Fendi Taps New President

Fendi North America has named Stacy Van Praagh as its new president.

Petit Bateau Taps Blanckaert

Children’s wear brand Petit Bateau is aiming to widen its international footprint with the appointment of Christian Blanckaert.

In Brief: Hickey Manager Decamps for JA Apparel

Hickey, the contemporary offshoot of Hickey Freeman, has lost another employee.

Juicy Couture Promotes Mays

Juicy Couture promoted Laura Mays to senior vice president and managing director, North America.

Allaker to Head Nike's Umbro Business

Executive Jim Allaker, who headed U.K. and Ireland operations for Nike, has been promoted to president and ceo of Umbro brand.

Lucky Brand Promotes Chris Kolbe

Liz Claiborne Inc. has promoted Chris Kolbe to the position of president, chief merchant officer of Lucky Brand Jeans.

Dadario Exits Bare Escentuals Retail Post

Michael Dadario resigns after disclosure that academic credentials were misrepresented.

Ivanka Trump Jewelry Taps First CEO

Former H.Stern marketing director Andrea Hansen has been named the first chief executive officer of Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry.

From WWD List: These Kids Today

The ideal employers chosen by undergraduate students interested in the fashion, retail and apparel sector.

Viktor & Rolf Tap Birgit Adels as CEO

Birgit Adels, who headed Prada in Northern Europe from 2002 to 2006, joins fashion house Viktor & Rolf from EMI Music.

Duran to Head Devanlay, Manufacturer of Lacoste

Textile group Devanlay SA, the manufacturer of Lacoste, has appointed José Luis Duran, former CEO of Carrefour, president of its management committee.

Exec Search Firm Berglass Expands Program to E-commerce

Executive search firm Berglass + Associates now employing 'star search' in Internet channel.

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