NEW YORK -- Tom Murry has been named president of Tahari, replacing Alan Grosman, who left the firm on Dec. 24. Grosman joined the firm as president a year ago.
Murry has been executive vice president of sales and marketing for Tahari for seven months, having rejoined the firm after spending nine months in the same post at Evan-Picone. He had been executive vice president at Tahari for two years prior to leaving. Before that, he was president for six years of apparel firms Paula Saker and Intuitions, divisions of Interstyle Inc.
Grosman had been with Saks Fifth Avenue for more than 15 years before joining Tahari.
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