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New Look hires new chief creative officer

Fashion retailer New Look has appointed Paula Dumont López as chief creative officer.

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New Look hires new chief creative officer

Due to join the business in September, she will succeed Roger Wightman who will assume a part-time consultative role while remaining on the New Look board.

Dumont López is joining the business from Esprit where she has been senior vice president, head of Esprit women since 2013. Before that, she spent 10 years at Inditex in several roles, including head of product at Zara Basic.

Anders Kristiansen, chief executive of New Look, said: “Paula is an amazing addition to our team. Her expertise in identifying trends and leadership experience in product, buying and design will be a great asset to us.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Roger for the invaluable contribution he has made to New Look over the past 27 years. He has been hugely influential in turning New Look into the global fast-fashion brand that it is today.”

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