Seven For All Mankind

Seven For All Mankind has a new president.

Veteran fashion exec Suzanne Silverstein will join the denim brand later this month, from contemporary women’s clothing label Parker where she served as president.

This will not be her first time working for Seven For All Mankind, though, as she was previously its vice president of U.S. wholesale.

“We are very pleased to welcome Suzanne back to Seven for All Mankind to lead the brand as it approaches its 20th anniversary,” said Isaac Dabah, chief executive of Delta Galil Industries, which bought the denim label in 2016.

“Her demonstrated leadership skills — particularly as evidenced by the growth of contemporary fashion brand Parker, coupled with her deep understanding of the brand’s heritage, will be extremely valuable.”

Silverstein, who will be based in New York, added that her new job “feels like coming home.”

“I know the brand, and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the incredible team as we continue to execute the global brand’s existing growth strategy and really focus on getting to know and serving our customers better,” she said.

Seven For All Mankind has been on a hiring spree lately as Delta Galil works to expand the brand beyond denim and create a lifestyle collection.

This includes the appointment of Simon Spurr as name global creative director, in addition to several other new hires within the design department.