If any designer is surely worthy of a biopic it must be Diane von Furstenberg. A beautiful multi-career change designer, who married a prince at 18; invented the wrap dress; and was New York’s It Girl of the 1970s.
Following a few days of rumor, the news is now official. The Diane von Furstenberg brand announced on its Twitter feed late Wednesday night that fashion executive Sandra Campos will take the reins as its new CEO.
Less than a month after the American brand lost its creative chief, Jonathan Saunders, Diane von Furstenberg has appointed Nathan Jenden as his successor. Jenden previously occupied the same role from 2001 to 2010.