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Mr Porter’s ecommerce head moves to DKNY

Marianna Satanas, head of ecommerce at luxury menswear etailer, has moved to US designer brand DKNY as vice president of ecommerce.

Satanas spent more than nine years at the Net-a-Porter Group, latterly as head of ecommerce for Mr Porter for almost two years and previously as group content product manager from February 2012 to May 2014.

She will be based in New York for DKNY.

In November, Drapers revealed that Ian Tansley, managing director of its Net-a-Porter’s menswear business Mr Porter left with immediate effect, at the same time as Stephanie Phair, who was president of The Outnet.

The departures came just over a month after Net-a-Porter Group’s merger with Italian etailer Yoox Group was finalised in October. Net-a-Porter Group’s founder and executive chairman Natalie Massenet resigned in September.

Tansley was replaced by buying director Toby Bateman and Phair’s role was split between The Outnet’s vice president of global buying Shira Suveyke and global sales and marketing director Andres Sosa.

A series of other people moves across the group saw Lea Cranfield, head of merchandising at Mr Porter, promoted to merchandising director for both Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter.

Mr Porter said a new head of ecommerce is expected to join the business in late February.

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