Allure editor-in-chief Michelle Lee departs for Netflix. Lee will join the streaming giant in July as vice president of editorial and publishing within its marketing division. She will move to Los Angeles as part of the shift. Lee joined Allure in 2015, succeeding founding editor Linda Wells. She came to the position from Nylon where she had a dual role of editor-in-chief and chief marketing officer.
Nanushka owner Vanguards bulks up leadership. The Budapest-based holding group said Monday it has hired Candice Fragis as group fashion strategist and Sarah Scalisi-Walsh to lead global wholesale. Meanwhile, William Oliver has been appointed chief marketing officer at Nanushka, and sister brand Aeron has named Carcel founder Veronica D’Souza a responsibility consultant.
Chopard co-president Caroline Scheufele joins JD.com board. The German entrepreneur joined the Chinese e-commerce giant’s board of directors and its board’s nominating and corporate governance committee, effective June 22. The daughter of Karl and Karin Scheufele, who acquired Chopard in 1963, Scheufele was responsible for expanding the brand’s offering into jewellery in the 1980s and has over 35 years of design and leadership experience in the high-end jewellery industry.
Livestream shopping platform NTWRK appoints first chief marketing officer. Jason Brown will join the company from Foot Locker, which has held a minority stake in NTWRK since 2019. Brown served as Foot Locker’s VP of marketing in North America and previously held roles at PepsiCo and NBC Sports Group.