Out with the old, in with the new. Peter Ridler has moved from his role at White Stuff and has taken over at Calvetron, the firm that owns Dash, Jacques Vert, Precis and Windsmoor after CEO Shaun Wills stepped down.
The Detroit-based online marketplace launched over 3,000 Supreme products on its platform and has plans to later add Off-White, Kith and Bape. In addition, Rob Gonzales will lead the StockX streetwear team.
Amazon Studios chief Roy Price has resigned, a company spokeswoman said on Tuesday, following reports that he harassed a producer and ignored an allegation by an actress of sexual assault by producer Harvey Weinstein.
In a major move, the house of Helmut Lang has chosen the experienced menswear designer Mark Howard Thomas to be its new Creative Director for menswear. Thomas, 41, joins Helmut Lang from Joseph, the UK-based house.
The chief of Vago Spa, a firm specialising in textile finishing, has been appointed president of SMI, the industry trade group for Italian textiles and apparel. Vago will assume his new role in March 2018.