Fox River hires Creative Director

Xany Gibson has joined industry-leading hosiery and handwear manufacturer Fox River as creative director in charge of sock design.
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Xany Gibson has joined industry-leading hosiery and handwear manufacturer Fox River as creative director.

Gibson previously was part of the product development team at Mountain High Hosiery in Sand Diego, CA, creating lines for a variety of casual and athletic programs including Tommy Hilfiger and The Walking Co. She received her undergraduate degree in industrial design engineering and her MBA from Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica in Costa Rica.

“Xany will bring a new creative zest to our sock designs,” says Joel Anderson, Fox River Divisional President. “She has a lot of experience and we're looking forward to a great consumer response to our new styles.”

Fox River has been a leading manufacturer of high-quality, sports-specific and casual hosiery and handwear for more than 100 years. Fox River continues to lead the sport-specific sock industry in technical advancements. For more information, visit www.foxsox.com.

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