The venture between Simon Property Group and Authentic Brands Group operates Brooks Brothers, Nautica, Aéropostale, Lucky Brand and Forever 21.
A few senior-level executives have exited at Reebok, Nike and New Balance.
The first drop will be a men’s collection that will feature images and quotes from the legendary boxer.
Nautica Reissue and Nautica Jeans Co. are both based on updates to vintage silhouettes from the brand’s history.
The appointments are expected to help the company continue to grow in North America and around the world.
The 202-year-old brand was purchased by ABG and Simon Property Group in September.
The ABG-owned brand is launching men’s underwear and sleepwear for holiday.
The licensing arrangement covers nine countries in the region.
The sneaker reseller has re-created some of the brand’s archival pieces from the Nineties.
New owners, ABG and SPARC, are negotiating with former Brooks Brothers owner Claudio Del Vecchio on the lease of the flagship, while Michael Bastian is in the running to be the designer.
A creative with a strong background in sportswear will be hired before the end of the year, according to new owner, ABG’s Jamie Salter.
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