Iconix Brand appoints Robert Galvin as CEO

Iconix Brand Group, which owns licenses and markets a portfolio of consumer brands such as Joe Boxer, Lee Cooper, etc, has appointed Robert Galvin as the chief executive officer, president and a member of the board of directors of the company effective October 15, 2018.

Iconix also owns interests in Ed Hardy, Material Girl, Buffalo, and Pony brands.

Galvin has a proven executive experience with almost 30 years of experience leading and turning around global brands. He was most recently chairman of Cherokee Inc and had served as the chief operating officer and European president of Sports Brands International Ltd, chief executive officer of Elie Tahari, Ltd and president of Camuto Group.

“In these roles, Galvin has had extensive experience managing global brand licensing activities for these companies. In addition, Galvin was instrumental in the refinancing of material indebtedness and cost restructurings at Cherokee and SBI,” Iconix Brand said in a press release.

Galvin has also served as an executive vice president and chief financial officer of Nine West Group Inc, has been an independent director of Bebe Stores and is currently an independent director of Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp and Trans World Entertainment. He also currently serves as an independent director of Lands’ End, which he joined in 2014.

 “Our board is extremely pleased that Bob (Galvin) has joined Iconix. We believe that his past leadership experiences in our industry bode well for Iconix. He will hit the ground running. Bob has also been very successful when faced with particularly fluid situations. His unique skills in this regard make him a good match to the current challenges facing Iconix.  He is an adept problem solver. I look forward to working with Bob in the future,” said Interim CEO and chairman of the board of Iconix, Peter Cuneo.

Galvin is a graduate of Fairfield University and holds an MBA from the Stern School of Business at NYU.

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