Flore joins Burberry after almost a decade at Kering Group, where he was most recently chief executive officer of Brioni.
The former CEO of Agent Provocateur and Dior Homme will succeed Gianluca Flore as head of the Italian tailored clothing company.
Located on two floors connected by an open grey travertine grand staircase and an elevator, the 5,974 square-foot store offers the brand’s full-range of men’s essentials throughout a luxurious interior space.
O’Shea was officially appointed creative director back in April, and was responsible for the brand’s collections as well as its image.
Brioni and Kering have appointed Justin O’Shea as creative director of the Brioni House, a position left vacant last month when Brendan Mullane ended his contract with the house.