PVH chairman Manny Chirico to retire from board
PVH, the owner of Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, has announced that its chairman Manny Chirico will retire from its board at the end of the year.
He will be succeeded by Henry Nasella who currently serves as presiding director.
Chirico became chairman of PVH in 2007 and also worked as the company’s chief executive from 2006 until February 2021, when Stefan Larsson replaced him.
Meanwhile, Nasella joined PVH’s board of directors in 2003 and has been the presiding director since 2007.
Nasella said: “This brings to a successful conclusion the succession plan put in place as we transferred leadership to Stefan from Manny. On behalf of the board, we thank Manny for his dedication and support in ensuring a smooth transition, as well as for his leadership as chairman and many contributions to PVH over the course of his career. I am honoured to succeed him as chairman.”
Larsson added: “Henry has played a critical role as our lead independent director. With the board’s guidance, we remain focused on driving an accelerated recovery to position PVH to win in the ‘new normal’ for our industry and building on our already strong foundation for sustainable, long-term growth – powered by our iconic global brands, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger.”