The Italian label has confided the North American market to luxury industry veteran Daniella Vitale and the EMEA region (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) to Vincenzo Equestre, who joins the brand from Chaumet.
In a project led by art director Fabien Baron, the Inditex-owned label is honouring the most iconic pictures lensed by the German photographer with a limited-edition collection whose proceeds will go to the Franca Fund.
After 32 years, Antonio Abril is leaving the Spanish textile giant to focus on academia, replaced by Oscar García Maceiras, a state attorney from A Coruña and deputy secretary of the board at Banco Santander.
Inditex has switched its clothes factories in Spain over to making medical supplies and its logistics hub has almost ground to a halt, effectively freezing the nerve centre of its business from which it supplies stores.
In the face of the ongoing health crisis, the Galician group is taking measures such as gradually implementing remote working at its HQ in Arteixo, A Coruña, and suspending employee services, like buses and the gym.
Zara continues to be the group’s largest brand, while Stradivarius and Uterqüe are the fastest-growing formats. FashionNetwork.com takes an in depth look at brand performance and Inditex’s long-term vision.