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Richemont appoints Marty Wikstrom head of fashion

Richemont has appointed Marty Wikstrom as chief executive of its fashion and accessories businesses, which include Alfred Dunhill, Lancel, Chloé, Azzedine Aläia and Shanghai Tang.

Marty Wikstrom was previously president of Nordstrom’s Full Line Store Group in the US and was also managing director of Harrods. She is a founding partner in Atelier Management, which acquires and develops luxury brands and has also been the interim chief executive and a board director of footwear chain Kurt Geiger.

“Marty brings to Richemont her considerable experience and knowledge of how to build and nurture enduring consumer relationships across a breadth of brands and product categories.”

Johann Rupert, executive chairman, Johann Rupert

Johann Rupert, Richemont’s executive chairman, said: “Marty brings to Richemont her considerable experience and knowledge of how to build and nurture enduring consumer relationships across a breadth of brands and product categories. She has the proven ability to translate extraordinary customer service into business expansion.”

Wikstrom’s chief executive role is a newly created position.

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