New J. Hilburn CEO Plans To Expand Casual Offerings

J. Hilburn has named Andy Janowski as its new CEO. The appointment follows the resignation of J. Hilburn Co-Founder and CEO Veeral Rathod, who left to pursue other opportunities.

Janowski has more than 30 years of retail industry experience, and most recently served as Executive Chairman of the J Hilburn Board of Directors. He was previously CEO of Smythson, and has held executive roles at Burberry and Gap.

The custom menswear retailer specializes in traditional business attire, but it is introducing more casual apparel due to demand from customers, according to Dallas News. The shift started several years ago, and Janowski plans to significantly expand the business.


“The extraordinary success of J.Hilburn over the past 11 years clearly established the brand as the leader in custom-made men’s clothing,” said Janowski in a statement. “As men’s tastes evolve, J.Hilburn is now well positioned to expand on its luxury customer experience and meet the changing style needs.”

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