USA: Kellwood Makes Sag Harbor Appointments
Apparel group Kellwood's Sag Harbor division has made two new appointments, according to Sag Harbor chief executive officer Paul Robb.
Fran Boland has been named Sag Harbor's president of sales and marketing, Robb said. Boland previously served as vice president of sales and merchandising for Norton McNaughton.
In addition, Nisa Mellin has been named senior vice president of design at Sag Harbor. Mellin most recently served as senior vice president of design for Tommy Hilfiger Women's division.
Mellin succeeds Marina Pappas, who announced her retirement after 30 years with Sag Harbor.
Sag Harbor is a modern women's lifestyle brand with products including sportswear, dresses, handbags, shoes and accessories.
Kellwood is a marketer of apparel and consumer soft goods with sales in excess of $2 billion.
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