In the final part of a series, leading fashion, beauty and retail companies break down the makeup of their workforces — and their diversity.
The chairman and ceo of the fashion e-tailer is the first non-family member on the board of the Italian luxury group.
In the second part of its series, and with equal employment opportunities now a focus, leading firms in fashion, beauty and retail hold up a looking glass to diversity within their companies.
Fortunato was named chief executive officer of Richemont’s fashion and accessories maisons earlier this month, and will take up his role on Sept. 1.
The unions see the company’s plan to move its headquarters from Tuscany as a mass layoff strategy and a loss of resources in the territory.
Willis had been Hunter’s creative director since 2013, helping to transform it from a rubber boot into an aspirational, lifestyle brand.
A few months? A few generations? H.r. experts debate the challenges of building a diverse — and inclusive — workforce, and believe it’s ultimately up to the brands to make changes.
The Swiss watchmaker named new bosses for Longines, Rado, Union, Tissot, Certina and Hamilton.
Jean-Christophe Babin, the Italian label’s ceo, was joined by vaccinologist Sarah Gilbert, Bain’s Claudia D’Arpizio and other executives.
Cristiano Fagnani joins the Milan-based group after 20 years at Nike.
Kara MacKillop assumed the role of chief of staff.