Today’s Fashion Headlines: Peter Copping Leaving Nina Ricci, Fossil’s First Designer Collaboration, New Marie Claire Managing Editor

October 2, 2014 • Fashion Blog, Fashion News

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Peter Copping Leaving Nina Ricci

Nina Ricci has confirmed Peter Copping will be stepping down. After having the title of Creative Director for the past five years, this past spring 2015 collection will be Copping’s last. It is rumored he will be taking a lead designing role at Oscar de la Renta. However, Oscar de la Renta has yet to comment.

Fossil’s First Designer Collaboration

Fossil is getting ready for its first designer collaboration with print design duo Eley Kishimoto. The partnership will reveal a new accessory line coming out during the holiday season. The two names behind the Eley Kishimoto brand are Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto. They have created three exclusive prints for this 19-piece collection. The line will include scarves, totebags, wallets, watches and more. Along with the collection a new watch silhouette will debut titled “Retro Timer” inspired by designs from the 1950’s.

New Marie Claire Managing Editor

GQ’s editorial business manager, Catherine Gundersen, is the new managing editor for Marie Claire. Gundersen will start her new role on October 20, and will report to Editor in Chief Anne Fulenwider. Gundersen has been with GQ since August 2013, and has held numerous managing editor jobs during her career. Marie Claire will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and has also confirmed that accessories director, Kyle Anderson, will be promoted as the style and accessories director.

–Rachel Bogo

Source: WWD


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