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Target adds new merchandising exec for apparel

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MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp. recently announced that Michelle Wlazlo will be joining the organization as senior vice president of apparel and accessories. She will be responsible for the retailer’s merchandising programs for women’s, men’s and children’s apparel and accessories, as well as Target’s baby business.

Wlazlo brings to her role more than 25 years of diverse retail experience, nearly 19 of which she spent in various leadership positions at Gap Inc., where she served most recently as senior vice president of global merchandising. In that role, ­Wlazlo was responsible for the development of global brand and product assortment strategies across all apparel and accessories divisions, as well as leading the integration efforts of Gap’s stores and digital buying teams. Prior to her time at Gap, ­Wlazlo’s held positions at Bebe and Saks Fifth ­Avenue.

The retailer also announced the hiring of Erika De Salvatore for the newly created role of vice president of visual merchandising. De Salvatore has more than 15 years of visual merchandising experience, Target noted.


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