MILAN — C.P. Company has appointed former John Galliano men’s wear design chief Wallace Faulds as its new designer, WWD has learned.
The Scot, who was the creative force behind Galliano men’s wear for over three years, succeeds Alessandro Pungetti. Faulds, 30, will unveil his debut spring-summer 2010 collection for C.P. Company in Milan on June 20, marking the label’s fourth runway show.
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