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Must Read: Rickie De Sole Leaves 'Vogue' for Nordstrom, Rhude's Rhuigi Villaseñor Is Bally's New Creative Director

Plus, Jenny Slate covers Marie Claire.
Rickie De Sole, center.

Rickie De Sole, center.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Rickie De Sole leaves Condé Nast to join Nordstrom
After 12 years at Condé Nast, Rickie De Sole, most recently Vogue's executive fashion director, is leaving the publisher to join Nordstrom in a newly created role. The retailer announced on Tuesday that she'll be the new women's designer fashion & editorial director, reporting to VP Creative Director Red Godfrey from New York and working "cross-functionally across different facets of the Women's Designer division, bringing a heightened point of view to the merchandising offering to deliver against business goals and growth plans," according to a press release. {Fashionista Inbox}

Bally names Rhude's Rhuigi Villaseñor creative director
Bally hired Rhuigi Villaseñor — the founder, CEO and creative director of Rhude — as creative director. "As a brand that is very dear to my heart, Bally has been worn in my family from generation to generation, from my grandfather to myself," he said in a statement. "I have always admired the Swiss approach to luxury, its discreet representation of excellence, and symbiotic openness and care for the environment. Nicolas [Girotto, CEO] and I connected on our shared vision, and it's with immense honor that I accept this challenge. I look forward to invigorating and modernizing the brand while respecting its longstanding tradition, sharing its story further with a wider community." His first collection will debut for Spring 2023. {Fashionista Inbox}

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