Through its superior private label business, dropship fulfillment, and e-commerce initiatives, Bagatelle has become more than a manufacturer.
The company’s mission is to exceed customer expectations and maintain a position as a leader in design, apparel sourcing, and manufacturing, all while staying true to each brand’s unique identity.
Today, Bagatelle is preparing for a new phase of growth, including an expansion into menswear, fresh creative talent, and new licenses.
The company’s longevity is the result of an unwavering dedication to quality and service paired with skillful adaptation to an ever-changing industry.
Michael Litvack joined Bagatelle 30 years ago as sales manager and immediately began buying shares of the company. He completed the purchase of Bagatelle in 2013, becoming the sole owner. He built a strong US presence by dividing his time between New York and Montreal. Michael loves working with his sons, Adam and Jamie, and the entire Bagatelle family, who share his passion for upholding the company's excellent reputation. Since 2013, Bagatelle's business has more than doubled, and is on track to double again within the next 5 years.
A leader in business and community with 25 years of experience in apparel, Teddy Miller joined the Bagatelle team in 2013. His expertise in wholesale, retail, and e-commerce paired with integrity and drive brings a disciplined approach to executive operations at Bagatelle. Teddy holds a deep appreciation for the value of human resources as they relate to the success of the business. His responsibility for the P&L and implementation of strategic planning continues to yield outstanding results for the Bagatelle legacy and customer.
Marie Josee-Roy is Bagatelle's organizational mastermind. Her process-oriented approach drives tangible results in all levels of business operations. Marie's extensive background in merchandising and planning have enabled her to lead Bagatelle through strategic growth and tackle the day-to-day efficiency of the company while navigating the coronavirus pandemic.
Adam Litvack grew up in the world of Bagatelle. In 1996, he built Bagatelle’s web portal, facilitating communications between customers and overseas factories. In 2015, he took over the digital department, spearheading expansion through streamlined digital dropship and direct fulfillment and the company's B2C retail website, bagatelle.city. Adam is referred to as the “king of dropship” by top department stores. He continues to collaborate closely with Bagatelle's retail partners while building out innovative IT and logistics processes.
As the leader of Bagatelle's exceptional quality standards since 1994, Diane Eng oversees a team of QC experts within the company's overseas factories in Asia. Diane travels to meet with Bagatelle's factory partners regularly. She facilitates worker and manager training, meticulous inspections, and processes that ensure the highest standard of quality is being met at all times. She is a key enforcer of the company's "only perfect garments ship" motto. Her focus on quality and customer satisfaction reflect a key hallmark of Bagatelle's culture.
Managing 6 brands, with co-design director Bradley Mounce, Sofia Wahlberg has been a key player in the success of Bagatelle brands since 2013. Her typical day could include establishing trend direction for the season, managing the development calendar, styling photoshoots, and sourcing materials. Sofia also ensures the quality and fit of each product meets Bagatelle's stringent standards while keeping an inspired eye on media, street style, and global trends.
Jamie Litvack has a natural eye for product and a talent for understanding what retailers need. He joined Bagatelle in 2010 after spending six years as a global overstock specialist in Hong Kong and China. Jamie spearheaded the Bagatelle branded portfolio, including four in-house brands. He crafted each brand model to house diverse products that serve varied departments without overlap. Jamie has been successful with his retail partners to repeatedly exceed their gross margin goals while increasing Bagatelle brands dominance in the retail environment.
Richard Nelson joined the Bagatelle team in 1994 and has since become an essential player in the securing of long-standing relationships in global supply chain and logistics. As compliance and logistics manager, he assists the production team, factories, and suppliers with a range of needs. As a result of his dedication to seamless operations and exceptional quality and service, Bagatelle customers can enjoy the benefits of the Private Label Program.
Bradley Mounce joined Bagatelle in 2015. Together with co-director Sofia Wahlberg, he manages six brands, establishing trend and color direction for each season. His day involves everything from communicating with designers, licensees, factories, and mills to developing original prints. Bradley is responsible for the approval of production qualities and fits, photo shoot styling, managing the development calendar, and sourcing raw materials. He travels regularly for inspiration and factory visits.