By  on September 28, 2017

Serial chief executive officer Jeffry Aronsson is bringing his industry expertise back to his hometown — Detroit — and is working with the city to set up a new kind of framework for fashion.

Aronsson left the city in 1978 to study taxation at New York University Law School, which turned him to law and eventually work with Oscar de la Renta, where he became ceo in the Nineties. He later landed ceo gigs at a succession of brands, including Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Emanuel Ungaro and Ralph Rucci, sharpening his brand building and, eventually, turnaround skills.

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