2009 November 25
The Daily Media
(NEW YORK) Alice Bon, formerly public relations director at Giorgio Armani Italy, has been named director of worldwide product editorial, archive and public relations at Gucci.
Amy Reinitz, formerly of DKNY, has been named editorial director at Michele Marie Public Relations.
Annalisa Dimonte has been named worldwide relational marketing director at Gucci.
Francis Sango, formerly national sales manager at Ferragamo Menswear, has been named vice president of wholesale for Bally North America.
J.J. Martin, formerly a freelance fashion journalist, has been named director of worldwide public relations and special events at Gucci.
Jenny Galimberti has been named director of communications for the U.K. and global brand partnerships at Gucci.
Leah Vail Soloff, formerly account executive at Paul Wilmot L.A., has been named media relations, account executive at Fingerprint Communications.
Lila Staab, formerly director of worldwide entertainment industry relations at Giorgio Armani, has been named director of worldwide entertainment industry relations at Gucci.
Mina Nemichi has been named director of marketing and communications at Gucci Japan.
Susan Chokachi, formerly senior executive director of special events and corporate partnerships, has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing and communications at Gucci America.
John Squires, executive vice president of Time Inc., has left the company.
Michele Marie Public Relations has opened a New York show room on 145 Spring Street.
Preface Public Relations announces its representation of Ronald Abdala.
Wunderlich Inc. announces its representation of Pose Prints.
Each year it's a Glee-worthy spectacle as FIT students flock to the wall outside the Great Hall in the school's Pomerantz building to see if their names are on the almighty list of...
Z Zegna has been handpicked to be this year’s guest label at Pitti Uomo, the menswear trade show based in Florence, Italy. Befittingly, the label and its parent company, The Zegna...
The U.K.'s beloved mass fashion retailer Primark is finally coming stateside next year. Primark is slated to open stores on the East Coast of the U.S. next year starting with Boston...