German fashion house Hugo Boss has appointed Matthew Dean as new e-commerce director. The American executive was most recently managing director of Cyberport, and had previously spent more than three years at Amazon.
Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. announced its appointment of Aaron Alt as president of Sally Beauty Supply. Alt will take on the role in addition to his finance and supply chain responsibilities at Sally Beauty Holdings.
Oasis and Warehouse Group CEO Liz Evans is leaving the firm after five years at the helm and will be replaced by current COO Hash Ladha. He is now CEO Designateand will take the top job when Evans leaves next year.
Beiersdorf, the maker of Nivea skin creams, is promoting current deputy chief executive Stefan De Loecker to the top job from Jan. 1, with a mandate to make the company more digitally savvy and expand internationally.
An Ontario judge sided with Deciem minority investor Estée Lauder and stripped founder Brandon Truaxe of his role as the firm's co-chief executive, after he decided to shut Deciem stores without notice.
Harrods is overhauling its editorial platforms and has hired Tiffanie Darke to lead the transformation. She will join as editor-in-chief, responsible for overseeing the relaunch of the brand's editorial platforms.
Confirmation of Carven's acquisition by Chinese group Icicle has been accompanied by the news that the French label will be able to keep on all of its current employees – all bar one: creative director Serge Ruffieux.