Gillies Named CEO of Z3 LLC, Calvin Klein Partner

BIRMINGHAM, Mich.-Z3 LLC, the exclusive licensing partner of Calvin Klein Home Furniture, has appointed Andrew Gillies as president and chief executive officer, a new position.

Gillies will oversee all aspects of business development including manufacturing, sales distribution and product assortment for the Calvin Klein Home Furniture lines.

Gillies brings more than 35 years of industry experience to the position. Most recently, Gillies served as vice president of Hamilton Spill Furniture Group Ltd., and has held other senior management positions within companies such as DMI Furniture and Barrett Furniture, where he was also a co-owner.

Gillies will work closely with Calvin Klein Home's vice president and managing director, Bentley Hardwick, and Calvin Klein Home's creative director, Amy Mellen.

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