US: Calvin Klein Underwear names Reyes head of global design
Leading the global design team, Reyes will be responsible for developing all of Calvin Klein Underwear's products for men and women. He will report to Bob Mazzoli, chief creative officer of Calvin Klein Underwear.
"He is an accomplished and creative leader who will serve as a great inspiration for our own talented designers, ensuring that great design leads the process by which the Calvin Klein Underwear brand extends its long-standing leadership position," said Mazzoli.
Martha Olson, group president, added: "His addition to the team will heighten our focus on the consumer as we build on Warnaco's commitment to be brand, product and consumer focused in everything we do."
Reyes started his career at Polo Ralph Lauren, and went on to work at fashion houses Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta and most recently TSE Cashmere.
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