Iconix adds D’Angelo, three other execs

New York – Brand management and marketing firm Iconix Brand Group has named four new executives to its senior management team, including former WestPoint Home svp Carolyn D’Angelo.

Carolyn D’Angelo

D'Angelo joins Iconix as vp brand management for the home division overseeing the Fieldcrest, Cannon, Royal Velvet and Charisma brands. She was most recently a svp for the Ralph Lauren Home business at WestPoint Home and previously held senior positions at Waverly Lifestyle Group and Springs Industries.

Kimberly Lee Minor is vp brand management, overseeing the London Fog, Joe Boxer and Rampage brands. Previously vp merchandising for Ann Taylor Loft, Minor has more than 20 years of experience in merchandising, product development and sourcing at companies including Macy's and Foot Locker Global.

Neal Seideman joins Iconix as vp business development. He formerly oversaw the North American licensing division at licensing company International Management Group (IMG).

Kenneth Richard is vp marketing. His experience includes a stint as evp global marketing and communications for fashion company BCBG Max Azria.

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