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Etta Granata as Urban Brands SVP/Fashion Director
16
Jan '08
Urban Brands Incorporated, the parent company of Ashley Stewart Stores and Marianne Stores, announced that it has named Etta Granata to the position of Sr. Vice President / Fashion Director.

Ms. Granata provides significant design and merchandising expertise to the Company. Prior to joining Urban Brands, Etta served as Vice President Design in both New York & Co & Brooks Brothers, Vice President of Product Development at Ann Taylor, Director of Design at The GAP and Fashion Director at The Limited.

Ethan Shapiro, Chief Executive Officer of Urban Brands stated, "We are delighted to have someone of Etta's talent join our team."

With a focus on the urban, multi-cultural woman, Urban Brands is a leader in presenting our distinctive approach to fashion in 300+ stores in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Steve Newman commented, "Etta's power experience in brand building is a great addition to our Team in this exciting time of growth."

Urban Brands Incorporated is a leading women's specialty retailer with stores across the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Urban Brands Incorporated


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