NEW YORK -- Alan Grosman rejoins Saks Fifth Avenue today as vice president and divisional merchandise manager of designer ready-to-wear, designer sportswear and special-order merchandise.

Grosman, who left Saks in 1992 to become president of Tahari Ltd., succeeds Kathy Nedorostek, who left in mid-January to became chief operating officer of Judith Leiber, the luxury handbag company here.

"I'm very happy to have the opportunity to go back to a place I love," Grosman said Friday.

He reports to Rose Marie Bravo, president of Saks. He was president of Tahari from December 1992 to December 1993.

Prior to that, he spent 15 years at Saks, rising to senior vice president and general merchandise manager, responsible for designer collections, dresses, coats, suits, special sizes and fashion accessories. He joined Saks in 1978.

Grosman started his career in the late Sixties at Bloomingdale's. He later moved to G. Fox in Hartford, Conn., then spent a year at Ohrbach's, and returned to Bloomingdale's for three years before joining Saks.

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