Record succeeds Paul Beesley, who, as previously announced is leaving HBC.
The senior account executive of Gladson New York started his career when fabric was sold as stock and most tailors made suits by hand.
With over 25 years of experience growing consumer product brands, Kerslake joins Nixon from Prana where he was CEO since 2009.
The November 8 charity event at the Museum of Natural History will also honor industry leaders Lissa Baum, Brad Rose and Stephen Teglas.
The custom shirt brand has tapped Haruta and his team to grow the brand’s reach on the West Coast.
The company’s marketing team has also created two new groups: The Digital Innovation Group and the Brand Experience Team.
The former Neiman Marcus executive will oversee the expansion of the resort’s luxury retail offering and lead the continued development of Wynn Plaza, an expansive new 75,000-square-foot complex that will open its first phase in fall 2017.
Donovan will oversee all finance and consolidation for LMAG and will be a critical part of the company’s active acquisition team.
Davis will be responsible for all financial operations of the company, including the oversight of finance teams at the JCPenney home office and shared services center in Salt Lake City.
Heacock previously served as the company’s vice president of finance, treasurer and corporate controller.
Ciongoli has led Eidos for four and a half years, since he pitched the brand concept to Isaia Napoli, the company’s majority shareholders.
He has most recently served as the company’s senior vice president and general merchandise manager of menswear and concession of HBC’s Saks Fifth Avenue brand.
Weisbrot most recently served as second in command at New Jersey specialty store Garmany of Red Bank, and has held sales manager positions at Brioni and Hugo Boss.
Rizzo most recently was retained by Hudson Bay’s owned brands division working on outside designers and small brands to identify opportunities for the retailer.
He will oversee the strategic growth initiatives for the Caleres men’s brands, as well as expand an international footprint across the company’s portfolio.
The company has also added a number of new staff to their national sales team this year, from New York to Florida to California.
Current global president and Americas leader Greg Healy will return to Australia to lead the APAC region.
Jensen will concentrate on sales, promotion and distribution; while Nagrani will focus on design, sourcing and related projects.
Iannone’s first collection in his new role will be the Pal Zileri fall/winter 2018/19 that will be unveiled in January 2018 in Milan.
In conjunction with a new COO appointment, the company also made executive changes to align its organizational structure to better leverage its digital business.