Comings and Goings

Robert Hanson to Exit Levi’s

Brand president had been with company for 23 years.

- November 3, 2011

Quiksilver Promotes Craig Stevenson

Named chief operating officer and global brand president.

- November 3, 2011

Rochelle Bloom to Exit Fragrance Foundation Post

She informed the foundation’s board that she plans to retire when her contract expires at the end of the year.

- November 2, 2011

Victoria’s Secret Taps Bridget Ryan-Berman

Former Armani executive to join the innerwear brand as chief executive officer of its direct business.

- October 13, 2011

Moncler CEO Alberto Lavia Exits

President Remo Ruffini will take on the additional role of ceo.

- October 13, 2011

Vente-Privée USA Names Executive Team

Six senior-level executives, each with expertise in fashion, technology or media, are joining the firm as it prepares to launch its U.S. flash-sale site.

- October 11, 2011

Stefan F. Heidenreich to Head Beiersdorf

He will succeed Thomas-B. Quaas as ceo following the Hamburg-based company’s annual general meeting on April 26.

- October 5, 2011

Michael Francis Out at Target

Discounter's marketing chief opted to leave firm.

- October 3, 2011

Wacoal's Richard C. Murray to Retire

He will assume the new position of vice chairman of Wacoal America April 1.

- October 3, 2011

Cerruti Taps Catherine Vautrin as CEO

Former LVMH executive to replace Florent Perrichon at the helm of the men’s wear label.

- October 3, 2011

Wan Ling Martello Joins Nestlé

The world’s biggest food group has hired a key member of the executive team of the world’s largest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

- September 27, 2011

All Saints CEO Steps Down

Stephen Craig will be succeeded temporarily by Peter Wood, the British fashion retailer's chief financial officer.

- September 26, 2011

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