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Harrods Executives Leave for Online Posts

Nicola Copping, the editor of Harrods.com, will become editor in chief of My-Wardrobe.com.

LONDON — Two former Harrods executives have left the store to take up new posts with online fashion retailers in London.

Nicola Copping, the editor of Harrods.com, will become editor in chief of My-Wardrobe.com. The role is a new one and she will start Oct. 1. Copping will oversee the editorial and creative direction of the e-tailer.

Prior to her role at Harrods, Copping was deputy fashion editor at the Financial Times and fashion writer at the Times.

Joanna Stephenson, formerly of Debenhams, will also joining the My-wardrobe.com team as trading director. Both Stephenson and Copping will report to David Worby, the chief executive of my-wardrobe.com, and another Harrods veteran.

Pepper, formerly head of marketing and communications at Harrods, recently left the store to join farfetch.com, an online hub for more than 120 independent fashion boutiques worldwide. Pepper’s new title is global marketing and communications director.

“We are delighted to be adding Amber’s expertise and experiences to the farfetch.com team,” said chief executive José Neves. “Part of our ongoing strategy is to build a dynamic team in order to create a world-class business that places us on an international playing field.”