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Leonard’s Successor

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Raffaele Borriello who is the former collection director of legendary labels – Gucci, YSL and Sonia Rykiel has been rumored to replace Maxime Simoens at the Parisian design house Leonard. Despite we have not heard any confirmation yet, the rumor are getting stronger. Maxime Simoens, the current designer of Leonard has been rumored to be preparing to depart the label soon. Neither Leonard nor any of the designers made any official statement, but show must go on and fashion world has no patient to wait! I reckon the negotiations will be tackled very soon and we will see the final outcome anyway.

 

Ünlü Fransız moda evi Leonard tasarımcısını değiştireceği yönündeki dedikodularla gündem maddelerimizden. Daha öncesinde Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent gibi hatırı sayılır moda markalarının koleksiyon direktörlüğünü yürütmüş olan Raffaele Borriello’ in yeni tasarımcı olarak atanacağı halihazırda fazlasıyla konuşulmakta. Mevcut baş tasarımcı Maxime Simoens ya da moda evinden her hangi resmi bir açıklama gelmemiş olsa da hadisenin netlik kazanacağı ve çok yakında baş tasarımcıyla tamam mı devam mı kararının verileceği aşikar.

 

Hakan Karaosman

 

 

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Author: hakankaraosman

Hakan Karaosman is a sustainability management professional and a Ph.D researcher with international experience in sustainability reporting, business improvement, and sustainability strategy. Previously, he worked as a consultant to companies in various industries for their Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports. He holds BSc. in Environmental Engineering, MBA, and MSc. in Management in Engineering of Energy and Environment, a joint master degree funded by the EU, and hosted by KTH (Sweden), EMN (France), and UPM (Spain). He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. studies in European Doctorate in Industrial Management, a double degree program funded by the European Commission. His driven focus is towards sustainability integration in the fashion industry.

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