CHANGES AT GILT: Gilt Groupe has shuffled its men’s team. Keith George, currently vice president of merchandise planning, has been named general manager of Gilt Man and Park & Bond. Formerly senior director of inventory management for Gap Inc., George will report to Andrew Page, president of Gilt Groupe, and will be responsible for operating the men’s business for the company. He succeeds Chris Ventry, who had been acting general manager for the two men’s properties since January. Ventry will now become head of strategic projects for Gilt Groupe, focusing on larger initiatives at Jetsetter and Park & Bond.
Tyler Thoreson, formerly head of editorial and creative for Gilt Man and Park & Bond, has been promoted to vice president of men’s editorial, creative and customer experience, for the men’s businesses. He will report to George.