2009 June 5
The Daily Media
(NEW YORK) Barbara Menarguz has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer of Chanel. She was most recently vice president, strategy at the company.
Brooke German, formerly of LaForce + Stevens, been named account director in the fashion division of Tractenberg & Co..
Melissa Ladines-Mejia, a publicist at Levi's, is departing on maternity leave at the beginning of July and returning in November.
Nina Sterghiou, formerly accessories director at Marie Claire, has been named market director. She replaces Kathryn Floyd, who has left the magazine.
Paula Knight, formerly market editor at Marie Claire, has left the magazine.
Christine Kistner, formerly fashion fashion assistant at Marie Claire, has been named associate market editor.
Ken Downing, senior vice president and fashion director at Neiman Marcus, is now overseeing the consolidated fashion office of Neiman Marcus Inc..
Roopal Patel, formerly senior fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman, will become women's fashion accessory senior market editor at Neiman Marcus Inc., covering handbags, shoes, fashion accessories, fashion jewelry and designer jewelry.
Kareen Mallet has been named women's ready-to-wear senior market editor at Neiman Marcus Inc.. She previously held the same title at Neiman Marcus.
Tommy Fazio, previously men's fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman, has been named men's fashion director and senior market editor at Neiman Marcus Inc., covering men's designer, sportswear, tailored clothing, contemporary, furnishings, men's accessories and shoes.
Teril Lindquist-Turner, vice president of public relations and special events at Bergdorf Goodman, has left the company.
Michael King, formerly public relations manager at Williamson PR, has left the company.
Jean-Charles Viti, currently regional director of duty free operations for the Asia-Pacific region for Shiseido, Cle de Peau and Nars, has been named vice president of Shiseido Europe for the French market, effective July 1. He replaces Gerard Chriqui, who recently retired.
Lisa Montague, formerly chief operating officer at Mulberry, has resigned. Godfrey Davis, Mulberry's chief executive and chairman, will take over her duties.
Siren PR announces its representation of celebrity trainer Brett Hoebel.
Starworks announces its representation of 4 Stroke Jeans for celebrity services and Tucker by Gaby Basora for PR services.
Tractenberg & Co. announces its representation of Lauren Hutton Cosmetics, Lighthouse Beauty and its first fragrance introduction, POWER by fifty cent.
Harrison & Shriftman announces its representation of codeblue Recovery Drink, CRUMBS Bake Shop, Kimberly Ovitz and kyoku : for men.
The Krupp Group announces its representation of Thuy.
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