Versace told The Economist’s lifestyle magazine, 1843, she will no longer use fur.
He succeeds Eraldo Poletto.
The executive, who joined the Florence-based company from Furla in August 2016, will leave on March 8, following the approval of the 2017 financial statements.
The Italian accessories company continues to grow and is focusing on expanding its production, delaying its IPO plans.
Accessories brands in Milan added fun touches to the designs.
As the company marks the milestone, president Giovanna Furlanetto discusses how the firm honors the past but looks to the future.