The first name Davide comes from the Hebrew “daoud” which means “loved” or “cherished” a real program. As a result of Jeremy Scott’s recent departure, Moschino has appointed Davide Renne as its creative director. Aeffe, the Italian fashion group that controls brands such as Alberta Ferretti, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Pollini and Moschino, announced the news Monday morning.

In addition to leading Gucci’s women’s style office, Renne served as the brand’s head designer for womenswear for more than two decades. He will oversee Moschino’s womenswear, menswear, and accessories collections, reporting to Massimo Ferretti, executive president of Aeffe.

In a release, Renne described his approach as one of discovery and experimentation, we will see. The appointment of Davide Renne follows a series of new creative directors who have recently taken up their positions. Among them are Seán McGirr, who succeeds Sarah Burto at Alexander McQueen, and Chemena Kamali, who replaces Gabriela Hearst at Chloé.