Perhaps more than any other label, Proenza Schouler have proven that it’s not only possible but powerful to cultivate an unmistakably high concept, luxury fashion brand and embrace contemporary Internet culture at the same time.
CEO Talk | Andrew Rosen, Chief Executive Officer, Theory (CEO Talk) “American fashion mogul Andrew Rosen, CEO of Theory and Helmut Lang and an investor in several of New York’s most exciting labels, including Proenza Schouler and Rag & Bone, learned the ropes from his father, Carl Rosen, a successful garmento and former chief executive of Seventh Avenue dressmaker Puritan Fashions.” First Person | Tory Burch Says
Just before Proenza Schouler’s Spring/Summer 2013 show, BoF sat down with the brand’s newest investor, Andrew Rosen, CEO of Theory and Helmut Lang, who revealed his latest investment in London-based label Les Chiffonniers. NEW YORK, United States — American fashion mogul Andrew Rosen, CEO of Theory and Helmut Lang and an investor in several of New York’s most exciting labels, including Proenza Schouler and Rag & Bone, learned
Prada to Add 260 Shops in 3 Years on Demand From BRICs (BusinessWeek) “Prada, the Italian fashion company that owns the Miu Miu and Church’s brands, plans to add 260 stores in the next three years to tap demand in emerging markets including Brazil, China and Persian Gulf countries.” Asos fashion retailer’s top managers reap £66m payout (Guardian) “Seven top managers of online fashion retailer Asos are being
A Homegrown Fashion Mogul (WSJ) “Andrew Rosen’s father was a bombastic character who played gin rummy with William Holden and pretty much invented designer jeans. His son soaked up his father’s mastery of the clothing business but not his bluster. He avoids the limelight his father basked in. So it’s easy to overlook the progress that has made him among the most potent figures in the U.S. clothing business