Nike appoints Tim Hamilton to men’s design role

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Nike appoints Tim Hamilton: As on March 11, designer Tim Hamilton will be the VP of men’s apparel design at Nike Inc.

After leading global creative at The North Face for almost a decade, Hamilton brings his 25 years of expertise in fashion design to Nike. From 2017 forward, he oversaw global market design and product development at The North Face.

Hamilton established his fashion label in 2007, which garnered praise for its understated designs and three CFDA Award nominations; he later joined The North Face.

Hamilton worked as a designer for illustrious American brands like Madewell, J. Crew, Gap Inc., and Polo Ralph Lauren before joining The North Face.

“I am thrilled to announce my next chapter at Nike. After 5+ years of leading global creative at The North Face, I am excited to join Nike,” Hamilton wrote in a LinkedIn post, confirming the rumors. Being a part of such a creative and motivating team is a privilege. Anticipating what lies ahead!

Sales for the quarter ending February 29th were $12.4 billion, according to Nike’s most recent financial update, which was stronger than expected. With a 4.5% increase in sales in China and a 3.2% increase to $5.07 billion in North American sales, the company had strong performance in both Greater China and North America.

Ethan Sullivan

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