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The key to building a great look is combining bold pieces. The key to building a great company is combining bold people. We take pride in our history of making fashion accessible to the everyone, and strive to build a more welcoming, inclusive and sustainable industry. Only through our great people and teams will we be able to change the future of fashion. Together, we create that special kind of workplace where unique talents from all over the world come together to form dynamic teams, where we foster a culture of creativity, innovation, collaboration and growth. At H&M, we welcome you to be yourself and challenge you to grow and make a difference. You’ll take on new responsibilities from day one, learn skills for life, meet friends completely unlike you that make you feel at home, and start finding ways to make your big dreams come true. Help us reimagine the future of an entire industry by making everyone look, feel and do good. The dress code is simple: Be proud of where you came from & amazed by where you’ll go. Be yourself & more at H&M.
We are brand builders who focus our passion and creativity to build Calvin Klein and TOMMY HILFIGER into the most desirable lifestyle brands in the world and at the same time position PVH as one of the best-performing brand groups in our sector.
G-III Apparel Group has the leather part of Stevie Nicks' leather and lace wrapped up. The company is best known for making leather jackets under the G-III, Marvin Richards, Black Rivet, Winlit, Siena Studio, and other labels (such as Andrew Marc), as well as under licensed names. It also makes pants, skirts, and sportswear from leather and other materials. Some 65% of G-III's sales are generated from licensed apparel it makes for the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB teams, as well as for Jones New York, Nine West, and Kenneth Cole. The company's customers include department stores such as Macy's, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor, and Kohl's. Chairman and CEO Morris Goldfarb own some 17% of G-III.