According to a recent LinkedIn post from the designer Tim Hamilton, Nike has hired him as the company’s global VP of design, effective immediately.

Hamilton brings over 26 years of design experience and has worked on large-scale collaborations. He reportedly built a reputation in the industry for “technical craftsmanship and modern minimalism while reflecting subtle shifts in youth culture.”

“After 5+ years of leading global creative at The North Face, I am thrilled to announce my next chapter at Nike!” Hamilton wrote on LinkedIn. “It is an honor to join such an innovative and inspiring team. Looking forward to what’s to come!”

Hamilton has been head of global creative at The North Face since October 2017, responsible for the brand’s creative direction and products for international markets.

Reportedly, his conversation to depart TNF and parent VF Corp. started after Hamilton listed and sold his residence in Denver, CO’s Krisana Park neighborhood.

The three-time CFDA Award nominee rose to acclaim in 2007 with his namesake minimalist brand in New York, Paris, London, and Tokyo. He has designed capsule collections for Barney’s and Bergdorf Goodman and has worked on fashion and art collabs with multi-disciplinary artist Seth Price, painter Ross Bleckner and artist photographer Collier Shorr.

In his previous roles, Hamilton has designed for Madewell, J Crew, Gap, Inc., and Polo Ralph Lauren.

After receiving his undergraduate degree in liberal arts from the University of Iowa, Hamilton moved to New York City to begin his career in fashion. He continued his studies at Parsons School of Design and worked as a designer for Madewell, J Crew, Gap, Inc., and Polo Ralph Lauren.