Michael Maccari has decided to exit Perry Ellis, where he has held
the position of creative director since 2013. His replacement has not
yet been named.

Maccari has not yet shared plans for future roles, yet he has said
that he wants to pursue other opportunities.

Perry Ellis president Jason Zuckerman told WWD, “I am grateful for
Michael’s dedication to Perry Ellis throughout the last six years. His
work in driving the brand’s creative vision will leave an indelible
mark, and we wish him the best as he embarks on new endeavors.”

Before serving as creative director at Perry Ellis for six years,
Maccari spent 13 years as fashion director, SVP at A/X Armani
Exchange, according to his LinkedIn profile. He is a graduate of the
Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and spent time designing
for Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren prior to joining Armani
Exchange.



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