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Macy’s executive headed for Kent State University’s Fashion School Hall of Fame

April 20, 2018

Macy’s executive headed for Kent State University’s Fashion School Hall of Fame

KENT, Ohio - Molly Langenstein, the general business manager of Macy’s Ready to Wear, will be inducted into Kent State University’s Fashion School Hall of Fame.

Langenstein, an Ohio native and 1985 Kent State graduate, was named general business manager for Macy’s Ready to Wear, a new role in the organization, in September 2017. She is responsible for national brands, private brands, planning and digital integration. 

She has spent nearly her entire career at Macy’s. Previously, she served as chief private brands officer of Macy’s from 2015 to 2017. 

“The Fashion School is truly honored to induct our alumna Molly Langenstein into our Fashion School Hall of Fame this year,” said Fashion School Director J.R. Campbell in a press release. “Molly is an exceptional leader in the industry who exemplifies the spirit of our best alumni.”

Langenstein will give a free, public lecture at noon April 27 in the Rockwell Hall auditorium. The lecture precedes the school’s annual fashion show’s 2 p.m. matinee and 7 p.m. awards show. Tickets to the matinee and awards show are sold out.

Langenstein’s induction will take place Saturday, April 28, at Rockwell Hall as part of the fashion show. The induction ceremony coincides with that evening’s sponsor/VIP show. Event tickets are $250 and include a donation to the Fashion School general scholarship fund, one ticket to the Hall of Fame induction and Saturday night show, access to the VIP reception, a show catalog and special recognition in the show program and catalog.

For information, visit the Fashion School’s Annual Fashion Show page.