MOVING ON: Indre Rockefeller, U.S. president of the Madrid-based ready-to-wear Delpozo, is leaving the company to pursue an unnamed entrepreneurial venture that will combine her experiences on the editorial, retail and brand sides of the industry, WWD has learned. During her 15-month tenure at the Grupo Perfumes y Diseño-owned brand, Rockefeller worked on restructuring its distribution and retail presence in the U.S., building sales and brand awareness, and fine-tuning its positioning Stateside. She also served on Delpozo’s global executive board, helping to shape the brand’s global strategy.
“I feel confident that I am leaving the brand with a very strong foundation,” Rockefeller said. “I look forward to seeing the many beautiful things that the Delpozo atelier will produce in the coming years….I remain an ardent supporter of Josep Font and his work, and will continue to support the brand as a friend of the house.” Before joining Delpozo in March 2014, Rockefeller held roles at Vogue, the luxury online retailer ModeWalk and, most recently, Moda Operandi, where she discovered the brand during its inaugural show at Madrid Fashion Week in August 2012.