Perry Ellis International, which restructured its sales, design and sourcing departments recently, has announced several promotions across the sales and design divisions.

Steve Harriman has been promoted to oversee all aspects of the bottoms division. Chuck Adams will be responsible for all bottoms sales with focus on branded and private label development in our major channels of distribution. He joins the organization from Tropical Sportswear.

Jack Voith will be responsible for the brand development and sales of Natural Issue, John Henry and Penguin Sport. Jack has an extensive background in the industry formerly working for Phillips Van Heusen, and was the VP of sales for the Arrow Division. Brian Root will concentrate on developing the department store business under its current brands.

Tony Campbell will focus his attention on business strategies and new business development opportunities. Christine Wong will oversee and manage the Supreme International design and merchandising team based out of NY and Miami allowing for a design presence in the NY market. Design and design support will report to her. Christine was most recently responsible for design at Arrow Sportswear.

Oscar Feldenkreis, president and COO, said: "This new structure will allow each business unit to concentrate on further developments and growth with new customers, as well as our existing customers."