A search for his successor has begun, and that person will likely be a turnaround expert.
Some luxury brands are moving away from the traditional commission model for sales executives.
The former head of Condé Nast France, who exited the company in March 2018, has been named general manager of the Institut Français de la Mode.
Nicolette Veendorp joins from Compagnie Financière Richemont, where she was wholesale commercial director for Chloé and See by Chloé.
Page had been acting as interim chief executive officer after founder Ray Kelvin left following harassment allegations.
Verderi’s first issue of the magazine will bow in July.
Laurent Malecaze and Stephane Jaspar, the new chief brand officer, will report directly to founder Laure Hériard Dubreuil.
François-Henri Pinault’s pay from the long-term, variable plan will be taxed by around 50 percent; he will invest the funds in Kering shares.
Jain joins from Amazon, and will take over Alan Jope’s former role as head of one of Unilever’s largest divisions.
Fashion couples who mix business with pleasure, and whether it’s ever a good idea.
Press will oversee design and creative for Robert Marc NYC and Morgenthal Frederics