VANITY FAIR MILLS SHIFTS TOP EXECS
NEW YORK — Vanity Fair Mills has reorganized senior management, aiming to intensify merchandising and marketing efforts while consolidating operational and administrative activities and reducing costs.
In the sales area, J. Thomson Wyatt, president of the innerwear company, a unit of VF Corp., will also serve as acting vice president-general manager of the Vanity Fair brand. In those additional responsibilities, he succeeds Karyl Chongas, who has left the firm. Chip Conway, area vice president currently based in Atlanta, will become the team leader of sales for the brand in addition to retaining his current responsibilities. The post of vice president of sales has been eliminated.
In other appointments, Tommy Dennis is promoted to vice president of product development from vice president of private label. Bob Pines becomes senior vice president, manufacturing/operations/administrative. He was vice president-chief financial officer. Charles Lambert moves to senior vice president distribution/customer service from vice president of customer service. Curt Holtz, who was director of finance, becomes vice president and chief financial officer.