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Belstaff has appointed Sean Lehnhardt-Moore as its new creative director, a replacement for Delphine Ninous, who is leaving the position to pursue new opportunities, reports Fashion Network.
The report added that Lehnhardt-Moore has previous experience of working in creative roles at Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan and Bamford among others. The British luxury label was acquired by chemicals giant Ineos last year, whose owner Jim Ratcliffe was named Britain’s richest man in the latest Sunday Times Rich List.
Following the Ineos acquisition of Belstaff from JAB Luxury GmbH, Robin Hutson was appointed as non-executive chairman of the business and Helen Wright, as the new CEO of Belstaff. Wright, who replaced Gavin Haig, brought with her a long experience in luxury fashion brand management including senior roles at Anya Hindmarch, Karl Lagerfeld, LVMH/Fendi and Ralph Lauren.