Besanko, who will join Kohl’s on July 10, will have leadership responsibility overseeing Kohl’s financial planning and analysis, investor relations, and more.
Flore joins Burberry after almost a decade at Kering Group, where he was most recently chief executive officer of Brioni.
Yee will lead all financial initiatives for the company, including financial planning, accounting, tax, treasury and real estate.
Lyon will become vice president of Marketing and Kimball will take over as vice president of Strategic Partnerships for the Massachusetts-based lifestyle company.
Nitsche replaces Justin O’Shea who left the company in October, and will have creative responsibility of the brand’s collections and image.
Jim Swanson has been named the company’s chief financial officer, while Peter Rauch has been promoted to chief transformation officer.
Hoeppner brings over a decade of leadership experience and expertise in strategic and digital marketing and driving e-commerce business.
Effective July 1, several members of the senior leadership team will be elevated to new roles or take on additional responsibilities.
Rosso most recently served as co-CEO of OTB, the parent company of Diesel, Maison Margiela, Marni, and more.
His last collection will be shown in Milan on June 18 at the Rotonda della Besana.
Stuart Vevers took home the Accessory Designer of the Year Award for Coach, and the inaugural Swarovski Award for Positive Change was presented to Kenneth Cole.
Drexler’s replacement most recently served as president of West Elm, a member of the Williams-Sonoma family of stores.
Browne will be honored on Wednesday, September 6, at a luncheon at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City.
By the 1950s, O’Neill had both invented the first surfing and bodysurfing wetsuits and opened his first surf shop near Ocean Beach, California.
In this new role, Anwar will oversee all technology functions for Macy’s, Inc. and will drive the alignment of the retailer’s technology efforts.
In this role, he is responsible for brand marketing, merchandising, public relations, finance, operations and led a transformational growth platform across all channels.
Holley worked at Oakley and Mattel before joining Renegade Brands, and acted as interim CEO of Huf and Lanai for the past nine months.
In his role as CFO, Yves Müller will be responsible for investor relations and administration within the Hugo Boss Group.
Young has extensive experience in marketing, event management, experiential marketing and forging partnerships in both the profit and non-profit sectors.
Franco is now the face for Coach For Men, a new fragrance that will launch in September from the American fashion house.