Estée Lauder makes adjustments in China and North America at the fore. The beauty giant said Asia Pacific President Marc Loomis will become president of North America from February 2022. Meanwhile, Joy Fan, who previously served as president of its China subsidiary, has been named president and CEO of the company’s business in China. . Fan will report to Group International President Peter Juptner and oversee the company’s long-term growth strategy in the crucial Chinese market.
Neiman Marcus Group enhances executive ranks. The US luxury retailer has promoted Senior Vice President Natalie Lockhart to an expanded role in leading the department store group’s newly created Growth Execution Office. It also expanded the responsibilities of its Vice President for People and Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance, Chris Demuth. Elsewhere, it has hired corporate communications consultant Tevin Gernstedt to serve as head of communications. The company said the new appointments would bolster its efforts to “reflect a more modern growth mindset”.
Burberry has appointed a non-executive director. The British luxury brand said former telecommunications executive Danuta Gray will join its board of directors, serving as a member of its remuneration and nomination committees from December 1. Gray is Chairman of Direct Line Insurance Group and previously served as a Board Member at the UK Department of Defense.
Condé Nast . names GQ Japan Chief Editorial Content. Satoshi Nippori, Fashion Marketing and Business Consultant, will take on the newly created role effectively with immediate effect. Previously, Niibori ran his independent brand in New York before moving to Europe to consult with brands aiming to enter the Japanese market. Will report to GQGlobal Deputy Managing Editor, Adam Bedawi, and will lead content across everyone GQ Japan platforms.
Lotte Group is recruiting externally for key leadership positions. Korean retailers have chosen Kim Sang-hyun to lead Lotte Shopping, which oversees the group’s retail business, officials said. The CEO was previously the vice president of retail chain Homeplus.
high fame The managing director loses. Christopher Morency has announced his departure from the Berlin-based street fashion house after spending three years as managing editor. Morency, who previously wrote for BoF, said his next role will be announced in January. Will continue to contribute to high fame And other publications on the basis of self-employment, according to a statement.