He will take on the role of vice president of men’s designer and new concepts.
The unit marks the brand’s 12th retail store.
This figure is down marginally from the $15.5 billion spent last year.
David Levin is planning to leave the top post at the men’s big and tall retailer by the end of the year.
The company will also relocate its marketing team from Amsterdam to New York.
The Santa Monica suit and tux rental company continues with its expansion at Nordstrom on the heels of March’s $30 million raise.
Justin Hruska, Jake Woolf and Nate Brown have teamed up to create Seam, a mobile shopping app that will compete with Spring and Farfetch.
The high-end development includes the Sixty-One Hawaii men’s boutique.
This will bring the company’s total retail footprint to 31.
The marketplace will now have a vertical dedicated to sneakers and Stadium Goods will provide some of the inventory.