Giorgio Belloli is responsible for the commercial strategy and development of Farfetch, overseeing merchandising, business development, account management and brand relations, as well as the Farfetch Black & White business.
A member of the Farfetch Executive Board, Giorgio is an experienced player in the luxury fashion industry. He has developed and executed business strategies for luxury brands such as Miu Miu, Helmut Lang and Prada Linea Rossa in roles from Worldwide Sales Manager to Worldwide Commercial and Marketing Director. In 2008 he joined the Kering group and was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Hussein Chalayan when the designer was named Puma’s creative director. Prior to joining Farfetch, Giorgio was the Business Development Director for Alexander McQueen and was responsible for setting up the McQ business unit and developing and executing the brand’s strategy.
Giorgio studied Business and Marketing at UCLA.