Suzanne Bryant has joined Tommy Bahama as senior vice president of women’s design.

Bryant will be based at the company’s Seattle headquarters and will report to Bradley O’Brien, executive vice president of design and product development, who joined last July.

 Bryant will oversee the sportswear, swimwear and accessories collections. She will be responsible for all facets of design and product development for all Tommy Bahama women’s product categories.  She takes over duties formerly  held by Stephen Cirona, who left last February as senior vice president of women’s sportswear and accessories to start his own men’s contemporary business,  James & Frank, LLC.

Most recently, Bryant was creative director for Ivanka Trump, where she oversaw design direction for all product categories. Earlier she was with Lands’ End, where she worked on the heritage brand and developing the Lands’ End Canvas Brand. She began her career at Michael Kors, and rose to vice president of design for Michael Michael Kors and design director for Kors.

Tommy Bahama is part of the Tommy Bahama Group, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Oxford Industries. The company owns and operates over 150 Tommy Bahama retail stores worldwide, 15 of which have a Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar, and sells stores such as Nordstrom. The collection is also sold on

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