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Neiman Marcus Exec Joins ShopWorn
The luxury platform named Frank Crisci its new User Experience Advisor.
Cresskill, N.J.—Luxury platform ShopWorn added former Neiman Marcus executive Frank Crisci to its leadership team.
Crisci is the former vice president of merchandising and chief merchant at Neiman Marcus Last Call.
Previously, Crisci served as the vice president and general merchandising manager for a group of brands, including Lucky Brand, Juicy Couture, DKNY, and Liz Claiborne.
He was also the vice president of retail merchandising for Anne Klein and Jones Apparel Group and a senior buyer at Bloomingdale’s.
“Frank Crisci is a man whose reputation precedes him in an industry where your reputation is everything,” ShopWorn CEO Larry Birnbaum said in a press release about the new hire.
“We are honored to have him on board as we continue building our ShopWorn team with industry leaders.”
ShopWorn said it plans to make more announcements in the coming months as it grows its site.
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