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7 For All Mankind gets new President
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Apr '11
7 For All Mankind, the world's premiere brand of denim-lifestyle products, announced that it has named industry veteran Barry Miguel as its President, effective April 20th. The 7 For All Mankind brand is part of VF Contemporary Brands, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of VF Corporation.

Mr. Miguel brings over 25 years of experience in the fashion apparel industry to the 7 For All Mankind brand. He most recently served as CEO of New York City - based Tracy Reese. Mr. Miguel started his career in retail merchandising with Wilkes Bashford and Esprit in San Francisco and has since held executive positions at Ermenegildo Zegna, Versace and Nike. He was also President of Marc by Marc Jacobs Men's and Zac Posen.

As President of the 7 For All Mankind brand, Mr. Miguel will report to Susan Kellogg, President of VF's Contemporary Brands Coalition, which includes the 7 For All Mankind, John Varvatos, Ella Moss and Splendid brands.

"I'm thrilled that an executive of Barry's caliber will be joining our team," said Susan Kellogg. "Barry is a seasoned leader and strategist in growing high profile contemporary brands. He brings a broad base of skills and will be a tremendous asset to the 7 For All Mankind brand as we enter our next stage of growth."

Currently residing in New York City, Mr. Miguel and his family will be relocating to Los Angeles.

7 For All Mankind, a division of VF Contemporary Brands, Inc., is the world's premiere brand of denim-lifestyle products. Founded in 2000, the Los Angeles - based premium denim brand quickly earned critical acclaim due to its innovations in fit, fabric and finish.

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