Power Moves | Kerby Jean-Raymond leaves Reebok; Richemont appoints a director of sustainable development

Kerby Jean-Raymond leaves Reebok. Designer Pyer Moss, who first worked with the sportswear brand in 2017 before joining as global creative director in 2020, will step down on March 1 and release his latest collection for the brand later this year. that month. Jean-Raymond joined Reebok, which is now owned by Authentic Brands Group, when it was still owned by Adidas.

Richemont appoints a director of sustainable development. Bérangère Ruchat, who held the same role and most recently served as senior vice president of sustainability at Firmenich Group, will help the group strengthen its sustainability ambitions and will report to Chief Financial Officer Burkhard Grund.

Harper’s Bazaar appoints new fashion director. Rachel Tashjian, former QG The fashion critic, also known for her fashion and lifestyle newsletter, Opulent Tips, will join the magazine and report to Managing Editor Samira Nasr and Managing Editor Leah Chernikoff.

Arc’teryx appoints its first CFO. Former Bailey Nelson and former Lululemon CFO Chris Tham will report to Chief Executive Stuart Haselden.

British GQ appoints a European lifestyle editor. In the newly created role, Mike Christiansen, former editor of GQ Australiawill oversee watches, cars, health and fitness topics across QG platforms and events.

Harley Davidson recruits in fashion. In a bid to bolster its apparel business, the motorcycle maker named Nike veteran Erica Bullard senior vice president, apparel and licensing, and former Yeezy collaborator Louise Goldin as chief creative officer.

Nina Ricci’s creative directors leave after joining in 2018. The deal between Rushemy Botter, Lisi Herrebrugh and the Puig-owned fashion house was reciprocal, the brand told WWD.

Thelios appoints a new CEO. Former Luxottica group leader Alessandro Zanardo will lead the LVMH-owned eyewear maker.