Fashion Poachbacks from Apple

Much has been made of Apple’s snatching up fashion executives, whether the Burberry chief executive Angela Ahrendts or the former Saint Laurent chief executive Paul Deneve. Given the current love affair between the technology and fashion industries, it’s hard not to wonder why fashion never figured out that it might want to give the Silicon Valley behemoth a dose of its own medicine.

Now someone has: Pascal Cagni, Apple’s former vice president for Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa, who worked at the company for 12 years and resigned in 2012, has been consulting for the Internet fashion retailer Net-a-Porter.

Read more here on NY Times.