Ballantyne names Roberto Menichetti creative director
Scottish cashmere brand Ballantyne - bought in 2004 by Italian investment firm Charme - has just named designer Roberto Menichetti as creative director.
One of the biggest names in 90’s fashion, Roberto Menichetti worked on menswear at Jil Sander before his famed stint at Burberry. He then went on to work at Céline in 2005. The Italian designer launched his own line for men in January 2004 and has also worked for sports brand Brema.
Roberto Menichetti will oversee the design of the brand’s men’s and women’s collections. He takes over from Yossi Cohen, who was enlisted in November 2010 to lead Ballantyne’s relaunch.
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