French luxury goods group Kering has appointed new chief executives for its Bottega Veneta and Christopher Kane brands as part of a management reshuffle.

Sarah Crook will take up the role of CEO at Christopher Kane from 17 November. She succeeds Alexandre de Brettes who recently completed the integration of the label within the Kering Group. He will remain within Christopher Kane to ensure a smooth transition, before taking another position within the group.

Previously strategic brand and business consultant to the British Fashion Council and leading fashion brands for two years, Crook worked at Stella McCartney between 2004 and 2012, first as merchandise and business development director and then as vice-president.

Carlo Alberto Beretta will take up the role of CEO of Bottega Veneta from 7 January, reporting to Marco Bizzarri, CEO of Kering's ‘Luxury - Couture & Leather Goods' division, who will keep the role of president of Bottega Veneta in order to assure smooth transition.