Kevin Dyson, a 22-year veteran of Barneys New York, has left the company and has been succeeded by Tony Mauro as executive vice president of store operations.
Mauro, who reports to Daniella Vitale, chief operating officer and senior executive vice president, was vice president of operations for the Madison Avenue flagship. Before that, he was vice president of global operations at Tory Burch, and earlier chief operating officer of Gucci Group North America, responsible for the operations, distribution fulfillment and administration for a 60-plus store network. He handled operations for all Gucci Group brands as well. Both Mark Lee, Barneys chief executive officer, and Vitale previously worked at Gucci.
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