PR SHUFFLES: It’s been a time of change in public relations and marketing departments of several New York fashion houses. Scott Currie is leaving Kenneth Cole, where he is vice president of global communications, to return to Elie Tahari as vice president of global communications, effective Jan. 4. Currie had held the post at Elie Tahari from February 2008 to last July, when he left for Kenneth Cole. He will report to Elie Tahari, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer.
At Burberry, meanwhile, George Kolasa has been named vice president of marketing and communications, reporting to Sarah Manley, Burberry’s senior vice president of marketing and communications, and Eugenia Ulasewicz, Burberry’s president, Americas. Kolasa was previously Giorgio Armani’s senior vice president of communications.
And at Michael Kors, Kristen Campbell was named senior director of global marketing. Campbell was most recently at Calvin Klein Inc., where she was media director for the Americas. Before that, she was media planner at Kenneth Cole Productions Inc. She reports to Billy Daley, the company’s vice president of global communications. — Marc Karimzadeh