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This week's fashion retail job changes: including Clarks, Oasis and Warehouse Group, and Under Armour

Your weekly guide to senior job changes in the fashion retail industry

Oasis and Warehouse Group

Oasis and Warehouse Group has promoted Sarah Welsh, Oasis brand director, and Paula Stewart, Warehouse brand director, to the newly created roles of managing directors of the respective brands.

Read the full story: Exclusive: Oasis and Warehouse Group appoints managing directors

Clarks

Clarks chief supply officer Antony Perillo will leave the business in June, becoming the latest in a string of senior departures in recent weeks, Drapers can exclusively reveal.

Read the full story: Exclusive: More senior departures at Clarks

Under Armour

American sportswear brand Under Armour has appointed Tchernavia Rocker as its new chief people and culture officer.

Read the full story: New chief people officer at Under Armour

J Crew

Mickey Drexler is leaving his role as chairman of struggling US casualwear brand J Crew, after more than 15 years at the company. 

Read the full story: J Crew chairman resigns

 

Lanvin

Luxury brand Lanvin has appointed Bruno Sialelli as its new creative director.

Read the full story: Lanvin appoints new creative director


Start-Rite

Ian Watson is leaving his role as chief executive of children’s footwear brand Start-Rite Shoes on 31 January. 

Read the full story: Start-Rite CEO resigns


Scotch & Soda

Dirk-Jan Stoppelenburg is stepping down as chief executive of Scotch & Soda to take up the role of chairman at the brand.

Read the full story: Scotch & Soda CEO to become chair

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