Rodrigo Bazan Exits Alexander Wang; Looking For Successor

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Alexander Wang Pre Fall 2016.

These houses are still losing executives and playing musical chairs.

After almost six years, Alexander Wang‘s President, Rodrigo Bazan has stepped down from his role. The Argentinian-born executive joined the house in its first major growth phase, overseeing the expansion of the new product categories and retail markets, including the rollout of 27 stores worldwide.

Bazan was Alexander Wang‘s first appointed president since its launch 11 years ago. Prior to Alexander Wang, Bazan was based in Paris as the vice president and general manager, Europe, Middle East and India of Marc Jacobs International LLC.

A spokesman for Alexander Wang told WWD that “the company was thankful for Bazan’s accomplishments and plans to pursue the next steps for its continued business development. An announcement of a successor is expected in the coming months.”


Alexander Wang Spring 2016 Menswear.

Photos Credit: Courtesy of Alexander Wang

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