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Mark Sebba, former CEO at Net-A-Porter, has died

Former chief executive of The Net-a-Porter Group, Mark Sebba, aged 69, died on Monday 23 July from a sudden heart attack.

Sebba was CEO of The Net-a-Porter Group from 2003 until 2014, when his retirement was marked by Natalie Massenet and the team with a video declaring him the most loved CEO in the world. The video currently has nearly 1.3 million views on YouTube.

In a statement the business said: “He will be remembered by all of his colleagues and anyone whose life he touched as the very best of men.”

In November 2014 Sebba picked up the Fashion Retailing Personality of the Year award at the Drapers awards alongside his colleague Natalie Massenet. He was also a champion of new talent and in 2015 spoke at Drapers Next Generation event, sharing his industry knowledge and expertise.


Sebba was a trustee of the Victoria & Albert Museum and chairman of its commercial arm, V & A Enterprises.

Sebba is survived by his wife, author Anne Sebba, their three children, Adam, Amy and Imogen, and his five grandchildren. Source: Drapers Online.

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