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Must Read: Andrew Rosen Is Now Executive Chairman of Rag & Bone, Selkie Launches Swim

Photo: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Rag & Bone

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Andrew Rosen is now executive chairman of Rag & Bone
Veteran fashion executive Andrew Rosen is officially the executive chairman of New York-based brand Rag & Bone. He was involved in the brand, in which he previously held an ownership stake, for many years. Back in February, Guess and brand management firm WHP Global acquired Rag & Bone. (Co-founders Marcus Wainwright and David Neville stepped down from their leadership roles in 2023 and 2018, respectively.) Rosen will work alongside Guess and WHP executives to drive growth and provide direction to Rag & Bone’s executive team. {WWD/paywalled}

Selkie launches swim
Selkie has launched a swimwear line that translates the brand’s signature frills and ruffles into vintage-inspired skirted bikini bottoms, ruffled bikini tops, patterned playsuits and more. Selkie’s swimwear expansion ranges in price from $99 to $379 and in sizing from XXS to 6X. Shop the brand’s new swim collection here. {Selkie}

Fendi names new CEO
Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou, a former L’Oréal and Louis Vuitton executive, is Fendi‘s new CEO effective June 1, Business of Fashion reports. Angeloglou steps into this role while also maintaining his responsibilities as managing director of LVMH Fashion Group. He succeeds Serge Brunschwig, Fendi’s CEO since 2018, who will transition to a new role at LVMH that has yet to be announced. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

Lancôme and Aerin Beauty perfume linked to child labor
A new BBC investigation revealed that children younger than 15 picked jasmine used in luxury perfumes sold by Lancôme and Aerin Beauty. In response to the report, Lancôme’s owner L’Oréal said it was committed to respecting human rights and Aerin Beauty’s owner Estée Lauder said it had contacted its suppliers. The BBC found that many luxury brands are squeezing budgets — reportedly resulting in low pay and Egyptian jasmine pickers feeling forced to involve their children — and that auditing systems are flawed. {BBC}

Photos: Courtesy of Gap

Anne Hathaway’s Gap shirtdress is available for pre-order
Gap launched a version of the custom white poplin shirtdress Gap Inc.’s Creative Director Zac Posen designed for Anne Hathaway to wear at Cannes. The reinvented take on Gap’s white shirt retails for $158 and is available for pre-order here. {Fashionista inbox}

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