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Luxury apparel direct-to-consumer brand Carlisle has named David Rosenberg its chief executive officer.

Rosenberg is an 18-year veteran of the company, most recently serving as vice president of production and operations. Since joining the company in 2000, Rosenberg has played a key role in the company’s growth, including oversight of the launch of Etcetera, ETC and E3, three of the firm’s six fashion lines.

Rosenberg started his new role on June 12, succeeding Terrence Moorehead, who has since left the company.

Rosenberg has a strong background in fashion, having grown up in his father’s garment factory, which produced sportswear for brands that included Calvin Klein and Donna Karan. After graduating from Baruch College with an MBA in international trade and finance, he went on to hold various positions for a variety of fashion brands. He is also a member of the board of the international trade department at FIT.

Since January 2017, the company has been under the creative direction of Fred Tutino, and in February the Carlisle brand held its first fashion show during New York Fashion Week.

Carlisle Etcetera LLC is owned by Hong Kong-based Royal Spirit Group. Annual volume for the company is over $100 million.