Another day, another change at the head of a storied fashion house. British Vogue reported this morning that Manish Arora is out at Paco Rabanne, just over a year after being hired to oversee the iconic brand’s relaunch. Lydia Maurer, who moves up from her spot as studio design director, also previously worked at Yves Saint Laurent and Givenchy. Arora, who designed two reasonably well-received collections for the label, will presumably be returning to focus on his own label, which also shows during Paris Fashion Week. This sort of rapid turnover is becoming worryingly common in the fashion industry, with designers coming and going seemingly at the drop of a hat, and if there’s one thing we’ve learned from these games of musical chairs, it’s that finding the right hire is a near-impossible task. Maurer now has the chance for a career-making turn as artistic director—it’s up to her to prove the label made the right decision leaving itself in her hands.