Comings and Goings

Wal-Mart Expands Enriqué Ostale's Role to Mexico

Ostale has been assigned the additional role of running Wal-Mart de México y Centroamérica as president and ceo of the company.

- 2:38 PM, EST

Wolford Names New CEO

The Austrian hosiery label has tapped Ashish Sensarma to oversee its corporate strategy.

- December 18, 2014

Smith & Cult Names Jeanne Chavez as President

Effective Jan. 1, the Hard Candy cofounder’s task will be to develop Smith & Cult and consult on retail growth for existing and future brands.

- December 17, 2014

Jane DeFlorio Appointed to Perry Ellis Board

Succeeds Gary Dix, who served 21 years as a director.

- December 17, 2014

Frederick Mostert to Retire from Richemont

The chief legal counsel will continue to consult for the group.

- December 17, 2014

Hudson's Bay Names Gerald Storch CEO

Storch takes over the ceo title from Richard Baker, who continues as governor and executive chairman.

- December 17, 2014

Guerlain Names New COO

Christophe Legrand replaces Alexandre Oules, who has moved to Céline as coo.

- December 17, 2014

Joe Fresh Names Senior Vice President of Women's Design

Henriette Ernst will be based at the brand’s New York design studio and report to Joe Mimran, creative director, and Mario Grauso, president.

- December 16, 2014

Tweezerman Names Jürgen Bosse President and CEO

He will also serve as a board member of Zwilling Beauty Group.

- December 16, 2014

Moncler General Manager Resigns

Chairman and ceo Remo Ruffini to succeed as interim in January.

- December 16, 2014

Ports 1961 Taps Natasa Cagalj for Creative Post

She will succeed Fiona Cibani as creative director in charge of women’s wear.

- December 16, 2014

Geraldine McIntyre Added to PVH Board

Expands the number of directors to 13 in connection with succession planning.

- December 15, 2014

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