NEW YORK — Macy’s Home Store has named Lester Gribetz senior vice president creative/fashion and Michael Donohue vice president/visual merchandising. Both executives report to Macy’s Home Store president Eric Salus.

Gribetz is a 30-year Bloomingdale’s veteran. He began as a trainee in 1964 and rose to vice chairman for home store, men’s, cosmetics, restaurants and private label marketing. After a stint as a consultant, he returned to Bloomingdale’s as vice president creative/fashion for home.

In his new role, Gribetz will set trend, fashion, and lifestyle direction, identify new formats and relationships and seek brands to differentiate the business. He will be responsible for coordinating the merchant, visual and stores teams.

Donohue was with Alu, a fixture design company, after owning and operating his own home furnishings business in Greenwich, Conn. Earlier, he held visual and creative roles with Lillian August, Broadway Stores, Laura Ashley and the Emporium. Macy’s Home is the division of Federated Department Stores responsible for the home businesses in the 430 Macy’s, Bon-Macy’s, Burdines-Macy’s, Rich’s-Macy’s, Lazarus-Macy’s and Goldsmiths-Macy’s stores.

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