Fortnum & Mason, the storied London department store owned by the Weston family, has appointed retail veteran Marty Wikstrom to its board as a non-executive director, the company.
Wikstrom’s background includes serving as chief executive of fashion and accessories at Richemont, a role she resigned last year, while her notable past roles include managing director of Harrods and president of Nordstrom’s full-line stores. She is a founder of the Atelier Fund, which acquires and develops luxury brands, and is chairman of the board at the luxury men’s shoe company Harrys of London.
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