Lululemon has promoted its senior vice president of global merchandising, Sun Chloe, to the role of chief product manager.
Chloe joined the sportswear and lifestyle clothing retailer two years ago. Later her responsibilities were expanded to include all product functions on an interim basis.
Before joining Lululemon, Choe was chief global product merchant at Marc Jacobs. She has also held senior merchandising roles at Urban Outfitters, West Elm, and Madewell.
Lululemon chief executive Calvin McDonald said: “Sun has a proven track record leading world class product teams and her leadership has helped fuel our current success. I’m confident this is just the beginning of what Sun and her team will create for our guests.”
Lululemon’s popularity has soared in recent years. In its most recent financials, sales jumped by 25% to $723.5m (£555m) in the second quarter of this financial year, driven by a strong performance online and growth in its men’s business.
It now expects full year revenue to be between $3.19 bn-$3.24bn (£2.4bn- £2.5bn), up from previous expectations of between $3.04bn and $3.08bn (£2.3bn-£2.2bn).