Seth Horowitz has resigned as chief operating officer of Iconix Brand Group, a post he’d held just over a year.
Iconix said it currently has no plans to seek a successor in the post and that Horowitz’s responsibilities are now being assumed by “the broader Iconix team.”
Horowitz couldn’t be reached for comment.
Horowitz joined Iconix in April 2012 as president of its men’s division and was promoted to his most recent post in March 2014.
Before joining the company, he was president of Modell’s Sporting Goods and prior to that chairman, president and chief executive officer of Everlast Worldwide Inc., which was sold to U.K.-based Sports Direct International in 2007. He aslo served as executive vice president and chief operating officer and vice president of global equipment at Everlast.
During his tenure with Iconix, Horowitz was credited with creating an international business model for its Umbro brand and helping to relaunch Starter.