​SEAN COYLE

Sean Coyle is a creative leader with a visionary talent and savvy business acumen. Throughout his career Sean has been sought out by leading global companies to imagine and create new brands and product lines. He is a catalyst for positive change in Design, building and managing tight creative teams where the output per associate significantly lowers operating expense, contributing positive sales growth, and providing market magic. His work is directly responsible for over ten billion dollars in retail sales.


Sean has had design work patented by the United States for Harley-Davidson Motor Clothes. He designed the apparel and accessories for Harley-Davidson’s 100th Anniversary, V-Rod and Buell Motorcycle launches. 


Sean clothed professional athletes such as Pele’ and Emmitt Smith. He designed Professional team uniforms for Major League Soccer’s - New England Revolution, Colorado Rapids, various International teams, and International sporting events.

He has created product for multiple lifestyles, gender classifications, and product categories. Sean created Island Shores, Article 365, Stafford Signature, and Ace Motor Company brands, for J.C. Penney.

Most recently Sean led the creation of multiple brands and lifestyles at Perry Ellis International. He launched Tailored clothing for Penguin, Jack Nicklaus, and Savane. His vision and design skill set were tapped to re-imagine Cubavera and several of the companies Latin brands.


Sean is currently a chief advisor and consultant at Solomon Publishing & Consulting Group. Where he has published "The 25 Indisputable Laws of Style", "Secrets of the Shirt" and "Secrets of the Pants"

Well-qualified, Sean studied apparel design and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Philadelphia University in Pennsylvania. He has continued his education both formally and informally. His reputation precedes him.


Sean's travels have led him to visit 49 of the 50 states, 114 cities and 4 islands. Internationally he has

visited 42 cities in 25 countries. This has given him a wide perspective on design and customers around the globe.