LONDON — Jenny Galimberti has joined Swarovski as senior vice president, global marketing and communications. Galimberti was most recently global brand partnerships director and worldwide special projects director at Gucci.
Galimberti, who took up her role this week, reports to Nadja Swarovski, head of corporate communications and design services, and member of the executive board at Swarovski.
In the new role, Galimberti is responsible for overseeing marketing and communications activities worldwide, including advertising and digital, for all projects managed out of the corporate communications and design services department in London.
These include design, fashion and jewelry partnerships as well as stage and screen collaborations.
— SAMANTHA CONTI
Asos.com Promotes Hiscock, Fegans LONDON — Matt Hiscock and Kevin Fegans have been promoted to U.S.-based posts at online fashion retailer Asos.com.
As part of the site’s expansion into the U.S., Hiscock has been named senior vice president of Asos U.S. Inc. Previously, he was international sales director. Fegans has been named vice president, public relations, having served most recently as senior international p.r. manager.
The two, who were previously based in London, have moved to New York, with Fegans reporting to Hiscock. Fegans will oversee special events, help to increase brand awareness, and secure offline partnerships with a focus on regional markets.
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