Randy Cousin is the SVP of Product Concepts and The People’s Place Program at Tommy Hilfiger. As the lead of People’s Place, Randy champion’s the brand’s mission to amplify the voice of the next generation of BIPOC Creatives and Thought Leaders. Having been with the brand for just over ten years, Randy has held various Merchandising/Creative roles in New York City and Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Randy started his fashion career at Abercrombie and Fitch, as the lead Merchandiser for Accessories, before moving to Tommy Hilfiger.
Having a passion for increasing Representation for Black creatives in the Fashion Industry, Randy recently co-founded the philanthropic organization Creatives Want Change. CWC is dedicated to the talent cultivation of Young Black Creatives, linking them to Pre-College Training at some of the top Fashion Universities in the United States.