Joe’s Jeans Inc. (Nasdaq: JOEZ) announced that it has hired Sarah Choufani as Vice President of International Sales. In this new position for the Company, Ms. Choufani will oversee and direct international sales for Joe’s® branded apparel line.
Ms. Choufani previously served as the international sales director for Robert Rodriguez collection, which was acquired by the Jones Group in 2010. In her role, she developed, directed and managed the growth of the collection from its inception to more than 35 countries around the world. Ms. Choufani established the brand’s distribution in some of the most prestigious international stores such as Harrods, Lane Crawford, Beymen, Harvey Nichols, Sebu, Saks Dubai, Bugatti and more.
Marc Crossman, President and CEO, stated, “We are committed to grow Joe’s® globally and we are pleased to have Sarah’s wealth of knowledge and experience in the international marketplace. She will be in attendance at the Joe’s® booth with our distributors at two important upcoming European shows - Premium in Berlin, Germany and Who’s Next in Paris, France. We are excited to showcase the brand abroad and to capitalize on the opportunities in these markets.”
About Joe’s Jeans Inc.
Joe's® is a casual chic lifestyle brand offering a unique interpretation on classic, modernized wardrobe staples encompassing a versatile range of timeless styles from premium denim and handcrafted collection pieces to contemporary accessories and footwear.
With over a decade in fashion, Joe's has remained true to their DNA throughout their expansion, embracing fashion innovation in the creation of a full faceted line for Men, Women and Kids. Joe’s® is available coast to coast in the USA and internationally throughout Europe, Asia, Canada, Latin America and the Middle East.
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