J.W. Anderson CEO to Exit
November 14, 2017
Simon Whitehouse has announced his decision to exit British fashion house J.W. Anderson and relinquish his title as CEO. Whitehouse will leave the company next month after serving for three years in the role following LVMH’s investment in J.W. Anderson, according to businessoffashion.com.
The news arrives as the latest leadership shuffle at LVMH. Christian Dior Couture CEO Sindey Toledano previously announced plans to step down, to be succeeded by current Fendi CEO Pietro Beccari. Toledano will replace Pierre-Yves Roussel as chairman of the LVMH Fashion Group.
James Kaplan Named President of Carnegie
June 22, 2018 • People
Rockville Centre, N.Y.-based textile designer and manufacturer Carnegie has announced the appointment of James Kaplan as president.
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