Prentice reprises his role after serving in a similar position for Bruno Magli during the growth years of 1995 through 2005.
Benton, who worked at such companies as Wellenstyn, Hawke and EFM, was described as “a true gentleman,” “a prince among men,” “a class act” and “a beautiful caring soul.”
He replaces out-going president and CEO Stefan Larsson who announced he would be leaving the company, after only six months at the helm, earlier this year.
Since joining VF in 2010, Arens led The North Face brand in EMEA where he oversaw sales, marketing, merchandising, product development and direct-to-consumer activities.
Lundman most recently served as design director at Burberry, and has previously held senior roles with Tom Ford and Acne.
The made-to-measure company has named a new vice president of retail operations as well as a vice president of design.
Weston will present his first collection for Dunhill at London Fashion Week: Men’s in June.
Weiss will be responsible for driving new sales for private label and licensed brands including Prince, Berkshire, Hi-Tex and Magnum.
The retailer’s current president and chief executive officer Kathryn Bufano has resigned from the company effective August 25, upon expiration of her contract.
The global outdoor lifestyle brand has announced three new appointments within its leadership team to support the brand’s growth strategies and vision.
Bolado was known to be a kind, caring, hard-working and happy man, adored by friends and family, widely respected by his colleagues and community. He was 96.
The company said that moving roles to Leeds would generate significant savings for the business by allowing Burberry to reduce its office space requirements in London.
Bramman replaces Mike Koppel, who retired from the company on May 1 after 16 years with the retailer.
The company’s chief financial officer, Paul Beesley, has made the decision to resign in early July in order to return home to Canada to be closer to his family.
Murray will receive The Marfan Foundation’s first Inspiration of Excellence Award for her tireless work with the charity for the past 20 years.
The fashion entrepreneur and television personality will add more one job to his growing resume: co-host of ABC’s popular morning show “Live With Kelly and Ryan”.
Meyers will return to host the 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards in partnership with Swarovski on Monday, June 5 at The Manhattan Center’s Hammerstein Ballroom.
The two new hires are part of a new course charted by Mayhoola Group, which also includes the arrival last October of Giovanni Mannucci as chief executive officer.
Sandra Harris, vice president of Global Business Technology, will succeed Schneider as vice president and CIO, effective January 1, 2018.
Edwards is succeeding Joseph B. Parsons, who is retiring after 13 years with the company. Parsons will remain with the company through August 1 in his current role.