Stitch Fix poaches Marc Jacobs exec for chief marketing role
Online fashion subscription service Stitch Fix announced on Monday the appointment of Debbie Rose Woloshin to the role of chief marketing officer, effective immediately.
The San Francisco-based company said Woloshin will report to Stitch Fix CEO Elizabeth Spaulding and will lead the company's marketing teams across the U.S. and the UK.
Woloshin comes to Stitch Fix from Marc Jacobs, where she served as chief marketing officer.
"There are many exciting opportunities on the horizon as we continue to expand our offering and focus on bringing our personalized styling and shopping experience to more clients," said Spaulding.
"Debbie has built and grown some of fashion's most beloved brands, and we're looking forward to the wealth of creative and commercial experience she'll bring to Stitch Fix. Debbie will play a central role in telling our story as we become the global destination for personalized shopping, styling, and inspiration."
Before Marc Jacobs, Woloshin led marketing at the Frye Company and Ann Inc. and spent more than 17 years with the Jones Group.
"It's a privilege to be joining a company that is such a disruptive force in our industry," said Woloshin.
"I'm excited to be part of creating the future of retail and styling with an organization and team that uses technology and feedback in innovative ways across its business. I'm looking forward to supporting our future growth in this next chapter, and helping expand the universe of customers who will benefit from Stitch Fix's service and brand."
In its most recent trading update, Stitch Fix said second quarter revenues for the three months ending January 29 rose 3% to $517 million.
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