American designer Kenneth Cole appointed a new CEO yesterday. The company's founder, who kicked off New York Fashion Week with a performance by his longtime friend and rock musician Jon Bon Jovi and ended it with an encore, said Marc Schneider will assume the role of CEO on Feb. 23. The new CEO will report to Cole. Schneider comes to New York-based Kenneth Cole Productions Inc. and has three decades of brand building, merchandising and retail experience.
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Fashion designer Kenneth Cole has once again drawn the ire of the internet with a tweet making light of the Syrian conflict. With the debate over America's potential intervention in the Syrian civil war raging, on Thursday the shoe guru tweeted from his personal account: "'Boots on the ground' or not, let's not forget about sandals, pumps and loafers. #Footwear." The reaction online was swift, with legions of Twitter users branding Cole insensitive. "Mocking war to sell fashion? Really?" one user tweeted.