The Company

LICONA presents the Opera ball tailcoat 2017.

That this year's tailcoat at the Viennese Opernball did not have to look boring and uniformed shows the fashion house Licona. Internationally known for its men's fashion for special occasions. Nevertheless, each garment has its origin in the Viennese workshop.

The jacquard lining - to the swallow tails - in muted silver. Intricately woven with Rococo ornaments as a tribute to the cultural city Vienna. The inside of the coat-jackets is adorned with the lettering ALLES WALZER. Made of original Swarovski-stones in cooperation with the Austrian crystal-label. And instead of the usual bow-tie a jabot. Complementary to the white waffle pique waist coat.

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Harald Rossegg | CEO

Harald Rossegg was born in 1961 in Linz. There he finished, at the Johannes Kepler University of Linz, his degree in business administration with an emphasis on marketing, organization and controlling successfully.

Harald Rossegg started his career supervising start-ups as part of outplacement-measures of the Vöest Linz. As an executive employee of the restructuring holding GBI, he oversaw the sale of Assman shop fitting to the Umdasch group. As well as the Due Diligence and the acquisition of the Flender ATB-Loher Antriebstechnik in Stuttgart and Spielberg. Equally, the Ergee Textile Group, whose board of directors he sat on for several years. After successfully restructuring and selling Flender to Mirko Kovats and Ergee to Sare Lee, he joined the Licona-Group as general manager. In this context, he took over as chairman of the board of the Hungarian Za-Ko Clothing Factory, with 2,400 employees. Likewise, the leadership of Topas Corporate Fashion.

Harald Rossegg was federal student council president. He won the tennis youth-state-championship and played tennis in the state-league. Today, he takes part each year in several half-marathons.

Harald Rossegg is married and currently lives in Vienna.