Dockers, the US casualwear brand, which is part of the Levi Strauss stable, has appointed Anne Rohosy as executive vice-president and president of its global business.
Rohosy replaces Jim Calhoun who left Dockers in April and was president of the company since 2008. He left the brand to become chief executive of lifestyle brand Hurley International, a division of Nike.
Rohosy was previously senior vice-president of Levi’s commercial wholesale operations in America and prior to that spent 15 years at Nike leading the company’s commercial strategy development and clothing sales in the US and Europe.
John Anderson, president and chief executive officer Levi Strauss & Co, said: “With more than 20 years of U.S. and international retail experience, Anne has the leadership and strategic expertise to drive Dockers forward and continue the brand’s momentum in revitalizing the khaki category.”