7 For All Mankind appoints Suzanne Silverstein as new president
7 For All Mankind brand announced on Thursday that it is welcoming back 20-year fashion industry veteran Suzanne Silverstein, who will return to the Delta Galil-owned denim brand as its new president.
In her new position, Silverstein will be based in New York and will be responsible for overseeing and leading the brand’s bicoastal teams.
The graduate of Indiana University joins the company from contemporary womenswear label Parker, where she served as president, having left her role as VP for US wholesale at 7 For All Mankind in 2014.
Prior to her time at 7 For All Mankind, she served as the CEO of Silverstein Consulting, having previously worked as SVP and consultant at HauteLook.
Silverstein also spent more than seven years at Saks Fifth Avenue from 1999 to 2006, ultimately holding the role of VP and divisional merchandise manager for sportswear, coats, swim and dresses.
“We are very pleased to welcome Suzanne back to 7 for All Mankind to lead the brand as it approaches its 20th anniversary,” said Delta Galil CEO Isaac Dabah in a release. “Her demonstrated leadership skills – particularly as evidenced by the growth of contemporary fashion brand Parker, coupled with her deep understanding of the brand’s heritage, will be extremely valuable as we continue to expand 7 For All Mankind into its next phase of growth.”
7 For All Mankind, which was acquired by Tel Aviv-based Delta Galil from VF Corp in 2016, has been busy reshaping its corporate and creative leadership teams since last year, when Macy’s alum Tim Baxter was announced as the brand’s new CEO.
In January, British designer Simon Spurr was also named as the label’s global creative director, while L’Agence’s Margaret Maldonado and Diesel’s Alessandra Pesavento were appointed as senior design director of women’s ready-to-wear, and director of design and merchandising for the brand's international team, respectively.
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