Michael Maccari, the longtime creative director of Perry Ellis, has resigned.
In a brief statement on Tuesday morning, the company said Maccari, who has headed the brand’s creative direction since 2013, has left to “pursue other opportunities.”
“I am grateful for Michael’s dedication to Perry Ellis throughout the last six years,” said Jason Zuckerman, president of Perry Ellis and Original Penguin. “His work in driving the brand’s creative vision will leave an indelible mark, and we wish him the best as he embarks on new endeavors.”
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