G-III appoints new board member

G-III Apparel Group has announced the appointment of Robert L. Johnson
to the company’s board of directors.

Johnson is the founder and chairman of business network RLJ Companies,
and the founder and former chairman of BET, the US’ first black-owned cable
television network.

“It is an honor to join the dedicated management team and Board of
G-III,” Johnson said in a statement. “The company has embarked on several
strategic initiatives to capitalize on its broad range of globally
recognized power brands and diversified product categories to position
itself well to navigate the current environment.

“I look forward to applying my extensive experience to assist G-III in
building upon these initiatives as G-III advances its leadership position
in the apparel industry.”

G-III chairman and CEO Morris Goldfarb commented: “We are thrilled to
welcome Bob to our Board of Directors. Bob’s success as an entrepreneur and
significant business expertise across multiple industries will provide a
valuable perspective as we continue to execute our strategy, drive
profitability and enhance value for all our stakeholders.”


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