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Carhartt Creates Chief Brand Officer Role

Senior vice president of marketing Tony Ambroza will lead brand engagement across the entire consumer journey across critical touch points including TV commercials, social media, events, retail marketing, direct to consumer and beyond.

Andrew Epprecht, a 2017 graduate of The Hotchkiss School, in Lakeville, Conn., designed and manufactured custom socks for his alma mater to great success, which led to the birth of OurSock.com.

This Sock Startup Is Run By an 18-Year-Old

Eighteen-year-old Andrew Epprecht has turned his custom-designed and manufactured school-pride socks into a full-fledged business with the launch of OurSock.com.

Nicola Glass is expected to begin her role early in the new calendar year, and will succeed Deborah Lloyd, the brand’s current creative director who, in the wake of the Tapestry, Inc. acquisition, made the decision to exit the brand in 2018.

Tapestry, Inc. reports that Nicola Glass is joining the company as creative director of Kate Spade.

Lee Holman, lululemon athletica inc.'s executive vice president and creative director, has resigned for personal reasons.

He'll stay on through Dec. 31.

Emilie Arel brings extensive operating experience in apparel merchandising, retail technology, marketing and e-commerce to FULLBEAUTY.

Emilie Arel brings extensive operating experience in apparel merchandising, retail technology, marketing and e-commerce to FULLBEAUTY.

In this new position, Lydia Seifert will bring her nearly 20 years of retail industry experience to manage the launch and day-to-day operations of the 115,000-square-foot, two-level retail destination, which is scheduled to open on Feb. 22, 2018.

Harvard Business Review released its annual list of the 100 best-performing CEOs and this year’s top performer is Pablo Isla, head of Spanish retailer Inditex, best known for its flagship fashion brand Zara.

Harvard Business Review released its annual list of the 100 best-performing CEOs and this year’s top performer is Pablo Isla, head of Spanish retailer Inditex, best known for its flagship fashion brand Zara. The list, which appears in HBR’s November-December issue, is differe

  Dan Stolarski Senior Director, 703 Advisors   Eugen Neiculescu Co-Founder & VP of Product, UX and Design Adore Me   Chris Devous VP of Information Technology The Antigua Group   John Long Partner Bain and Company   Dr

PLM Report

With the latest evolution, PLM encourages more inclusivity for multiple internal teams and external suppliers. It also enables greater process automation and analysis of important product development and supply chain information.

LuLaRoe

In an effort to show it stands behind its products, LuLaRoe launched a "Make Good Program" that offered refunds or exchanges to anyone who purchased defective products from licensed LuLaRoe retailers between Jan. 1, 2016, and April 24, 2017.

Innovators

From sustainability and artificial intelligence to automating workflows, doubling down on fit technology and perfecting patterns, this year’s innovative cohort shows that there’s no wrong way to move your business forward and rise above the competition - even as the stakes get higher every day.

As of June 1, 2017 F1-Generation, GmbH represents Manhattan Beachwear's 16 licensed and proprietary brands, initially launching Lauren Ralph Lauren and Polo Ralph Lauren swimwear brands at the Paris Swim Show.

Is there room for improvement in patient care apparel? You betcha.

A picture is emerging that supports the marriage of a PLM strategy and the technology backbone to design and develop apparel and soft goods products that are increasingly likely to embed internet-enabled technologies.

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