The young nurse wore a polo shirt instead of the usual sterile outfit, making a show of her perfect breasts and stomach -- a gift from the Prague clinic where she works. Petra Kalivodova signed up with the understaffed clinic for three years -- in exchange for the plastic surgery of her choice.
Italian fashion house Versace on Monday 25 May denied news reports there was friction between design head Donatella Versace and Chief Executive Giancarlo Di Risio. Newspapers have speculated about Di Risio possibly leaving the company.
Ignacio Fernández has been named as financial director of the clothing group Inditex (Zara, Pull and Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Ovsho, Zara Home…). He replaces Antonio Rubio who is leaving to take up other adventures.
Investment group Windsong Brands and the development office of Marvin Traub Associates have formed Falchi Holding, an entity that has taken over the rights for Carlos Falchi handbags, which could soon expand its domain beyond leather goods.
Kenneth Cole Productions, Inc. have announced that Ingo Wilts will join the Company as Creative Director, effective August 1, 2009. Mr. Wilts was previously the Senior Vice President and Creative Director for Hugo Boss.
The subsidiary of Italian group Marcolin, Marcolin USA, is welcoming Riccardo Cadorin as vice-president of sales. He will head up sales teams based in the USA for the label’s lines of luxury and casual sunglasses.
Patrice Louvet, currently P&G Global Prestige Products Vice President - Future Strategy and Growth, is making his way through the ranks. He will succeed Hartwig Langer to become President of Global Prestige Products as Mr Langer will retire on the 1st of January 2010.